Tysons Express from Woodbridge and Loudoun are bus services that help you get to Tysons Corner a little easier during construction of the I-495 Express Lanes and the Dulles Metrorail. Click Go Tysons for details.
Vanpool for just $50 a month! Reduce stress and save on gasoline expenses – carpool, vanpool or slug your way to work. Starting or joining a carpool or vanpool is easier than you might think. Or, if you are already in a carpool or vanpool, find additional riders. www.commuterconnections.org.
If you’re looking for a quick, relaxing ride to some place in Northern Virginia or the metropolitan region, a bus, train or subway could be exactly what you need. There are lots of different transit services in the region that can give you a lift to just about any place you want.
If you’re looking for a way to get around town and get some exercise too, these are the travel options for you. Most communities in Northern Virginia have been built with bikers and walkers in mind—there are paths, trails and bike lanes all across the region.
Slug your way to work, or pick one up. Slugging, also known as “instant carpooling” or “casual carpooling” is a unique form of commuting. It involves drivers stopping to pick up passengers (called “slugs”) on their way into the D.C., Arlington, Pentagon or other destinations.
The Northern Virginia region has two toll road facilities: the Dulles Toll Road and the Dulles Greenway. Click here for more information.
When you telework, your trip to work can be as simple as walking from your kitchen to your home computer. Companies located in Tysons Corner and along the I-495 Beltway corridor in Virginia could receive up to $50,000 to start or expand a telework program.
If you need a place to meet up with your carpool or vanpool try Park & Ride lots — secure, convenient and free commuter parking lots with several convenient locations in Northern Virginia.
You never have to worry about being stranded in an emergency situation when you sign up for the Commuter Connections Guaranteed Ride Home Program — it provides you a free, reliable ride back to your point of origin if you ever have to unexpectedly leave work early or stay at work late. Registration is free at commuterconnections.org.
If you want the convenience of having a car whenever you need one without all the hassles and expenses involved with actually owning one, Zipcar could be just what you’re looking for. Once you sign up for a membership, you’ll have access to hundreds of cars parked all over the Metropolitan Washington region.
High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lanes allow users to travel faster, while also freeing up congestion in regular lanes. Click here for more information.
E-ZPass is an automatic, electronic toll collection system that quickly and efficiently moves traffic through toll facilities in Virginia and much of the East Coast. Click here for more information and check out this video to find out how to properly use your E-ZPass transponder.