Taxicabs & TNCs

Taxicabs and Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) are great options when you're car free, or when you use a carpool or transit for your commute but need to make an unexpected trip during the day.

TNCs serving Arlington

Uber and Lyft are examples of Transportation Network Companies that use smart phone apps to connect passengers with drivers of personal, non-commercial vehicles.

Taxicab companies serving Arlington

  • Arlington Yellow Cab
    24 Hour Dispatch: (703) 522-2222
    Wheelchair accessible cabs are available with 3 hour advance request. Yellow Cab also honors Senior/Disabled tickets.
  • Blue Top Cab
    24 Hour Dispatch: (703) 243-TAXI (8294)
    Wheelchair accessible taxicabs are available by advance request.
  • Crown Cab Company
    Non-Dispatch: (703) 528-0202
  • EnviroCAB
    Clean the Air for the Same Fare
    All Hybrid Taxi Fleet
    24 Hour Dispatch:  (703) 920-3333
  • Friendly Cab Company
    Non-Dispatch: (703) 892-4144
  • Hess Taxicab Company
    Non-Dispatch: (703) 841-1555
  • Red Top Cab of Arlington
    24 Hour Dispatch: (703) 522-3333
    TDD: (703) 522-3331
    Wheelchair-accessible taxicabs available upon request.

TDD relay service for deaf and hard-of-hearing callers in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C.: 711

Senior/Disabled Discounted Tickets: Senior citizens and disabled customers of Arlington Red Top, Blue Top, and Yellow Cab can save 10% on their fare when they purchase special ticket books from The Commuter Store or online from CommuterDirect.com.

Super Senior Taxi Booklet: Arlington County residents age 70 or older can save 50% on their taxi fare by purchasing ticket booklets that can be used on Arlington Red Top, Blue Top or Yellow Cab. Tickets are available from The Commuter Store or online from CommuterDirect.com.

Complaints about an Arlington County taxicab company should be directed to the Arlington County Hack Inspector at (703)228-4255. 

Please visit the Arlington County Taxicab Regulation webpage for additional information on taxicab service and regulation in Arlington County, Virginia.

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110 Trail
663
14th Street Bridge
1859
Arlington Mill Trail
524
Ballston Connector
294
Bluemont Connector
209
CC Connector
1002
Clarendon EB bike lane
216
Custis Bon Air Park
1238
Custis Rosslyn
1378
Fairfax EB bike lane
149
Joyce St NB
30
Joyce St SB
33
Key Bridge East
1413
Key Bridge West
658
Military NB bike lane
51
Military SB bike lane
56
MVT Airport South
2999
Quincy NB bike lane
102
Quincy SB bike lane
77
Roosevelt Bridge
375
Rosslyn Bikeometer
1340
TR Island Bridge
1705
WOD Bon Air Park
1805
WOD Bon Air West
2086
WOD Columbia Pike
1474
WOD East Falls Church
1680
Wilson WB bike lane
287

Peds counted

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110 Trail
1009
14th Street Bridge
523
Arlington Mill Trail
767
Ballston Connector
341
Bluemont Connector
370
CC Connector
669
Custis Bon Air Park
730
Custis Rosslyn
570
Joyce St NB
79
Joyce St SB
98
Key Bridge East
3464
Key Bridge West
1613
MVT Airport South
614
Roosevelt Bridge
215
TR Island Bridge
1621
WOD Bon Air Park
1085
WOD Bon Air West
1174
WOD Columbia Pike
804
WOD East Falls Church
686

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