Lee Highway

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Overview map: Lee Highway neighborhoods

Unlike most of Arlington's urban villages, Lee Highway is not one neighborhood, but a continuum of neighborhoods blending into each other along a commercial corridor. The neighborhoods of Williamsburg, Lee-Harrison, Highview Park, Lee Heights, Cherrydale, and Lyon Village each have their own unique neighborhood feel and their own shopping areas on or near Lee Highway. Metrobus Route 3 makes it easy to travel down the highway a bit to visit or shop in one of the other neighborhoods, connect to Metrorail at either end of the corridor, or travel to and from D.C. during rush hour. East Falls Church Metro station is at the west end of the corridor, Rosslyn Metro station is at the east end.

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

Car-Free Transportation Options and Car-Free Diet Partners along Lee Highway

          Did You Know?

          Adolescents who participate in bicycling more than four times a week are 48% less likely to be overweight as adults.

          Menschik, D., et al., 2008

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          News Headlines
          Metro's Surge No. 5 returns to Ballston and East Falls Church

          July 16, 2016, Washington Post

          Late-night Metrorail service may disappear for good

          Martine Powers, July 26, 2016, Washington Post

          Late-night Metro service may disappear for good under new proposal

          Martine Powers, July 26, 2016, Washington Post

          This map shows how easy it is to take transit to work

          Daniel Walter Rowlands, July 26, 2016, GGW

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          Arlington’s Bicycle & Pedestrian Counters

          Bikes counted

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          110 Trail
          577
          14th Street Bridge
          1957
          Arlington Mill Trail
          274
          Ballston Connector
          285
          Bluemont Connector
          187
          CC Connector
          634
          Clarendon EB bike lane
          208
          Custis Bon Air Park
          937
          Custis Rosslyn
          1547
          Fairfax EB bike lane
          155
          Joyce St NB
          27
          Joyce St SB
          18
          Key Bridge East
          1035
          Key Bridge West
          699
          Military NB bike lane
          26
          Military SB bike lane
          28
          MVT Airport South
          1867
          Quincy NB bike lane
          92
          Quincy SB bike lane
          76
          Roosevelt Bridge
          486
          Rosslyn Bikeometer
          1355
          TR Island Bridge
          1219
          WOD Bon Air Park
          602
          WOD Bon Air West
          1172
          WOD Columbia Pike
          575
          WOD East Falls Church
          831
          Wilson WB bike lane
          252

          Peds counted

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          110 Trail
          472
          14th Street Bridge
          201
          Arlington Mill Trail
          754
          Ballston Connector
          151
          Bluemont Connector
          198
          CC Connector
          318
          Custis Bon Air Park
          497
          Custis Rosslyn
          343
          Joyce St NB
          31
          Joyce St SB
          82
          Key Bridge East
          1325
          Key Bridge West
          0
          MVT Airport South
          196
          Roosevelt Bridge
          136
          TR Island Bridge
          589
          WOD Bon Air Park
          647
          WOD Bon Air West
          657
          WOD Columbia Pike
          625
          WOD East Falls Church
          343

          All counters, YTD

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          Year to Date
          5904810
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