Rosslyn is at the eastern end of Arlington's Wilson Boulevard - Clarendon Boulevard - Orange/Silver Line corridor, just across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C. Home to the tallest buildings in Arlington, Rosslyn is also a tourist destination, serving as a base for visitors to the area.
Rosslyn Metro station is served by Metrorail's Blue, Orange, and Silver lines. Wilson and Clarendon Boulevards are served by ART and Metrobus and also have on-street bike lanes, as do N. Lynn Street, N. Quinn Street, and Key Boulevard. Across Lee Highway is the Custis Trail, with connections to the Mt. Vernon Trail and the Francis Scott Key Bridge to D.C. There are Capital Bikeshare stations throughout Rosslyn, and westward to Ballston and beyond.
Rosslyn features one of the four Arlington locations of the Commuter Store, where you can buy transit tickets and passes or pick up a bus schedule, and where knowledgeable staff will answer your questions about walking, bicycling, or using bus or rail service. The Rosslyn Commuter Store is at the Metro Station entrance on N. Moore Street.
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- Arlington Economic Development
- Rosslyn Business Improvement District
- North Rosslyn Civic Association