Proposed Metrobus Service Changes VA
Metro is proposing service changes to select bus routes in Virginia based on input from customers and local governments, and an analysis of on-time performance, ridership, corridor studies and cost efficiency.
4A, 4B Pershing Dr-Arlington Blvd
Restructure service to provide additional trips on Route 4B in response to ridership. Route 4A would operate during weekday rush hours only, with weekday midday and evening service eliminated.
7A, 7F Lincolnia-North Fairlington
Modify service to operate via Pentagon City between the Pentagon and Shirlington to serve Pentagon City. New timetables will reflect an increase in the time between buses of approximately five minutes to accommodate additional travel time between the Pentagon and Pentagon City.
10E Hunting Point-Pentagon
Shorten Route 10E to operate between Pentagon and Hunting Point only, eliminating service to Rosslyn.
Travel alternatives: Metrorail Blue Line; ART 43
11Y Mt Vernon Express
A new schedule would reflect new additional short trips between Potomac Park and Hunting Point in the City of Alexandria in response to crowding.
16A, 16B, 16J, 16P Columbia Pike
Restructure Columbia Pike Corridor service along Columbia Pike, with additional limited-stop service in Arlington County in response to Transit Development Plan recommendations.
16G, 16H, 16K Columbia Heights West-Pentagon City
Restructure corridor service along Columbia Pike, with new or enhanced connections between Crystal City, Pentagon City and Skyline City in response to Transit Development Plan recommendations. Option information available at wmata.com/bus.
22A, 22B Barcroft-South Fairlington
Modify Route 22A to operate via Pentagon City between the Pentagon and Shirlington to serve Pentagon City. New timetables would reflect an increase in the time between buses of approximately five minutes to accommodate additional travel time between the Pentagon and Pentagon City. Route 22B would be eliminated, with alternate service on routes 22A and 22C.
29K, 29N Alexandria-Fairfax
Extend service to the Eisenhower Avenue Metrorail Station to provide service to the Carlyle and Hoffman Center activity centers and reduce bus bay congestion at King Street-Old Town Metrorail Station. New timetables would reflect an increase in the time between buses of approximately five to 10 minutes to accommodate the route extension.
New weekday timetables would reflect simplified service, with an eight minute rush hour frequency of service between Pentagon City and the Braddock Road Metrorail station on all trips to better match Blue and Yellow line Metrorail frequency and transfers.