Loudoun County Transit Provides Free Bus Service to Metro Stops March 4-30

Loudoun County Transit Provides Free Bus Service to Metro Stops March 4-30

With the Silver Line construction inching toward its completion, thereby linking Loudoun County with Metrorail, Loudoun County Transit is making it easier to reach the existing stations to the east.

Passengers will ride free on Loudoun County Transit buses that provide connections to the Wiehle-Reston East and West Falls Church Metro stations from March 4 through 30.

The free rides will be available on all Loudoun Transit routes that serve the stations. Bus schedules can be found online at www.loudoun.gov/bus-schedules.

The free bus rides are part of the ISHARE66 Commuter Choice program designed to reduce traffic congestion and promote alternative modes of transportation through the Interstate 66 corridor.

Anyone who currently drives alone to work on I-66 inside the Beltway may be eligible to receive other ISHARE66 commuter incentives by switching to a carpool, vanpool or transit. In addition to the free bus rides, other commuter incentives include:

  • $100 gasoline cards for new carpools;
  • $500 toward expenses for new vanpools; and
  • Up to $300 in Smartrip® cards for new premium commuter bus riders.
    For more information, visit ishare66.org.

Anyone interested in exploring better ways to commute to work is encouraged to contact Loudoun County Commuter Services, which provides personalized trip planning for anyone looking to save time, money, or reduce the stress of commuting. More information is online at loudoun.gov/commute or by calling 703-771-5665.

Joseph Dill