Getting Around

Local transport

Whether you're going by car, Metro, bus, foot or bike, you'll be amazed at how easy it is to get around Arlington and D.C.

By Rail

Arlington has 11 Metro stations on the Orange, Silver, Blue and Yellow Lines, plus easy connections to the Red Line for access to Amtrak Washington, D.C. Union Station. Check out Metro's Trip Planner.

By Bus

Metrobus, the Washington, D.C. area's regional bus system, has more than 20 routes in Arlington. Check out Metro's Trip PlannerART-Arlington Transit and DC Circulator buses offer additional options for exploring Arlington and D.C.

By Bike

Bike-friendly Arlington has 100-plus miles of multi-use trails, on-street bike lanes and designated bike routes. Visitors can go to Capital Bikeshare to check out bicycles at more than 400 stations in the region, and check out BikeArlington for local maps and routes.

By Foot

Renowned for its lively, walkable neighborhoods, Arlington has wide sidewalks, beautiful trails, award-winning public art, and ample shopping, dining, nightlife and attractions just steps away from hotels.

By Car

Located "inside the Beltway" (I-495 and I-95), Arlington is easily accessible from I-66, I-395 and Routes 1, 29 and 50. Arlington has more than 105,000 on-street and private parking spots. Search for a parking garage.

By Cab, Rideshare or App

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