Commuter buses now offered in Brambleton
Brambleton is now offering a Park & Ride Lot. The commuter bus would go from Brambleton to Rosslyn and Washington D.C.
The new lot offers 100 free parking spaces and a bike rack.
“We are excited to be able to offer this convenience to residents of Brambleton and the Loudoun County community,” Loudoun County Supervisor Janet Clarke (R-Blue Ridge) said in a release.
“This is the first commuter lot for the Brambleton area, and offers a car-free solution for our residents and neighbors,” she added.
The commuter lot, which operates rush services, is on Creighton Road, which according to the release is convenient to the future Loudoun County Parkway.
Brambleton first introduced the lot July 20 and has been operating successfully since July 23.
Brambleton encompasses 2,000 acres and 8,181 single-family homes, town homes and condominiums. Brambleton is owned and operated by Soave Real Estate. For more information about the community go to brambleton.com.
Other county commuter services
The Loudoun County commuter bus to Rosslyn, Pentagon and Washington D.C. has stops in Purcellville, Leesburg, the Dulles North Transit Center and the Dulles South area. The service costs $8 one-way and $7 one-way with a SmarTrip card.
Broad Run Farms, Cascades, Our Lady of Hope and Lowes Island provides commuter buses to West Falls Church Metro station. The service costs $2.50 one-way and $2 one-way with a SmarTrip card.
For the reverse commute from the West Falls Church Metro station and the Herndon/Monroe Park & Ride Lot services are provided to Verizon, Aol, Dulles North Transit Center, Ashbrook Commons, Russell Branch Parkway, Loudoun County Parkway and the Town of Leesburg. The service cost $2.50 one-way and $2 one-way with SmarTrip.
There is also the Tysons Express Bus Service and East Tysons Shuttle available for Loudoun residents.
For more information on schedules and fares go to loudoun.gov.
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