Arlington Transportation Options
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Arlington Transit (ART)
ART 41 is the perfect commuting option for people who need to travel between the Columbia Pike west area and the Clarendon and Court House areas. Stops include Greenbrier St., Columbia Pike at Dinwiddie St., the intersection of Columbia Pike and Glebe Road, Ballston Common Mall, Clarendon Metrorail station (Department of Human Services), and Court House Metrorail station. Look for the green and gold signs at more than 60 stops along the route.
ART 42 operates on Saturdays with service between Ballston Metro station and Pentagon Metro station with stops at Navy Annex, Courthouse Road and Clarendon. Service runs from 6:30 am until 7:17 pm. Metrobus 24P serves the same route on weekdays.
ART 51 serves customers who travel between Ballston Metro and the Virginia Hospital Center.
ART 52 serves customers who travel between Ballston Metro, Virginia Hospital Center and East Falls Church.
ART 53 is a convenient way to travel to the East Falls Church and Ballston-MU Metrorail stations. ART 53 operates Monday through Friday, at half-hour intervals during rush hour periods and every hour during other parts of the day.
ART 62 provides service between North Arlington and the Ballston and Court House Metro stations with two small, neighborhood friendly, clean-burning compressed natural gas buses operating every 30 minutes during weekday rush hours. Part of the route is designated a "flag stop zone." Instead of having set bus stops, the bus may be flagged down anywhere along that part of the route (see draft route map at right).
ART 75 a Pike Ride route, is the perfect commuting option for people who need to travel between Ballston-Virginia Square and Shirlington. Key stops along the ART 75 route are in the Bluemont, Carlin Springs, Columbia Heights West, and Columbia Forest neighborhoods, and Wakefield High School. Look for the green and gold ART signs along the route.
For more info on ART routes and schedules please visit: http://www.commuterpage.com/art/
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