Courthouse

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Photo: Courthouse Plaza clockAs you may have guessed from the name, Courthouse is the center of Arlington County government. The Arlington County courts, police department, and administrative offices are all here. The private sector is also well represented by businesses large and small, and apartment buildings and condos complete the cityscape.

Courthouse is located on the Wilson Boulevard-Clarendon Boulevard corridor, which was named one of 10 "Great Streets" in the U.S. by the American Planning Association in 2008. An escalator from the Court House Metro station leads to Courthouse Plaza, a pedestrian mall lined with shops and restaurants. The Arlington campus of Strayer University is right above the Metro station.

Just a few blocks from the Metro station, Courthouse becomes more village and less urban. Rocky Run Park and Key Elementary School are the focal points of the quiet residential communities on either side of Wilson and Clarendon Boulevards.

Choose a subtopic under "Courthouse" in the menu at left, or use the map below to explore car-free transportation options and Car-Free Diet Partners in Courthouse.

Car-Free Transportation Options and Car-Free Diet Partners in Courthouse

          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

          News Headlines
          Rail service restored on Orange/Silver/Blue lines

          May 6, 2016, WMATA

          Metrorail weekend service adjustments May 6-8

          May 2, 2016, WMATA

          Feds make it easier to fit bike lanes on streets

          Michael Andersen, May 6, 2016, People for Bikes

          FAA proposes funding change for multimodal projects

          Ben Vient, May 5, 2016, Railway Age

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          Arlington’s Bicycle & Pedestrian Counters

          Bikes counted

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          110 Trail
          423
          14th Street Bridge
          1359
          Arlington Mill Trail
          178
          Ballston Connector
          223
          Bluemont Connector
          137
          CC Connector
          469
          Clarendon EB bike lane
          194
          Custis Bon Air Park
          604
          Custis Rosslyn
          0
          Fairfax EB bike lane
          118
          Joyce St SB
          15
          Key Bridge East
          794
          Key Bridge West
          575
          Military NB bike lane
          48
          Military SB bike lane
          20
          Quincy NB bike lane
          49
          Quincy SB bike lane
          60
          Roosevelt Bridge
          363
          Rosslyn Bikeometer
          882
          TR Island Bridge
          798
          WOD Bon Air Park
          365
          WOD Bon Air West
          802
          WOD Columbia Pike
          324
          WOD East Falls Church
          591
          Wilson WB bike lane
          184

          Peds counted

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          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

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          Year to Date
          2685711
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