Getting Around Clarendon

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Photo: Clarendon Metro signClarendon Metro station, on Metrorail's Orange and Silver lines, is in the center of Clarendon's shopping area. Metrobus and ART routes also serve the neighborhood. The Arlington Boulevard Trail provides bicycle access, and on-street bike lanes make it easy to bike around this urban village. Scroll down or choose a link below for more information about getting around Clarendon.

Metrorail | Metrobus | ART-Arlington Transit | Bicycling & Bikesharing | Walking | Carsharing | Taxis | Maps | Metro's Trip Planner (door-to-door instructions) | Transit Fares & Information

Metrorail

Regional rail service for the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.

Metrobus

Regional bus service for the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. For additional bus routes, see ART, below.

Arlington Transit–ART

ART is Arlington's local bus service. For additional bus service, see Metrobus, above.

Bicycling & Bikesharing

  • Bike Access – Clarendon and Wilson Boulevards both have bike lanes throughout the Clarendon area, providing connections to Court House and Virginia Square. Bike lanes on Fairfax Drive and Kirkwood Road link Clarendon to Ballston and the Custis Trail. Highland Street provides a good connection to the Arlington Boulevard Trail.
  • Bike Parking – Bike parking is available at the Clarendon Metro Station, in the parking garage at the Market Common Clarendon and at on-street locations throughout Clarendon.
  • Capital Bikeshare - Clarendon has several Capital Bikeshare stations, allowing anyone to pick up a bike for point to point travel at any time. The Clarendon stations make it easy to bike to other Capital Bikeshare stations throughout Arlington County, DC and Alexandria.
  • Bicycling general information

Walking

Carsharing

Taxis

Maps

Trip Planners

CarFreeAtoZ gives you all your transit, walk and bike options, including Capital Bikeshare, for the region. This multi-modal trip planning and comparison tool gives you turn-by-turn directions, travel times, costs and calories burned, as well as trips that combine more than one option.

Use Metro's Trip Planner to find out how to get where you want to go in the Washington, D.C. area, using Metrobus and rail and local bus systems. The Trip Planner asks you where you're starting and when and where you want to go. Then it finds the best way for you to get there using the Metro system and local bus systems.

Transit Fares & Information

Did You Know?

Driving alone is the primary commute mode for 54% of Arlington Commuters, compared to 83% statewide.

2007 Virginia State of the Commute Study: Arlington Perspective

Arlington’s Bicycle & Pedestrian Counters

Bikes counted

View Counter Data
110 Trail
436
14th Street Bridge
1491
Arlington Mill Trail
269
Ballston Connector
223
Bluemont Connector
187
CC Connector
469
Clarendon EB bike lane
167
Custis Bon Air Park
744
Custis Rosslyn
0
Fairfax EB bike lane
107
Joyce St SB
17
Key Bridge East
817
Key Bridge West
646
Military NB bike lane
48
Military SB bike lane
34
Quincy NB bike lane
86
Quincy SB bike lane
70
Roosevelt Bridge
396
Rosslyn Bikeometer
1082
TR Island Bridge
921
WOD Bon Air Park
480
WOD Bon Air West
978
WOD Columbia Pike
437
WOD East Falls Church
671
Wilson WB bike lane
186

Peds counted

View Counter Data
110 Trail
569
14th Street Bridge
255
Arlington Mill Trail
585
Ballston Connector
469
Bluemont Connector
317
CC Connector
427
Custis Bon Air Park
455
Custis Rosslyn
1560
Joyce St SB
98
Key Bridge East
2086
Key Bridge West
1110
Roosevelt Bridge
130
TR Island Bridge
700
WOD Bon Air Park
583
WOD Bon Air West
552
WOD Columbia Pike
400
WOD East Falls Church
341

All counters, YTD

View Counter Data
Year to Date
2676876
About Arlington’s Bicycle & Pedestrian Counter Program