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Carpool - Vanpool

Sharing the ride saves money on fuel, insurance, and car maintenance. It can also reduce time spent on the road, because vehicles with enough passengers can use High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lanes and Express Lanes.

Carpooling can be as simple as family members, neighbors, or coworkers deciding to ride to and from work together. But that's not the only way. Local governments, employers, and private companies offer services to match you to an existing carpool or vanpool, or help you form a new one. In Arlington County, many commercial buildings are required to manage carpool/vanpool incentive programs that offer convenient, reserved spaces and reduced parking rates for carpool and vanpool vehicles. For more information on vanpools, visit Arlington Transportation Partners.

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Arlington’s Bicycle & Pedestrian Counters

Bikes counted

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110 Trail
545
14th Street Bridge
1575
Arlington Mill Trail
223
Ballston Connector
130
Bluemont Connector
0
CC Connector
586
Clarendon EB bike lane
100
Custis Bon Air Park
791
Custis Rosslyn
1045
Eads NB
74
Eads SB
73
Fairfax EB bike lane
131
Fairfax WB
160
Joyce St NB
19
Joyce St SB
47
Key Bridge East
998
Key Bridge West
574
Military NB bike lane
29
Military SB bike lane
45
MVT Airport South
1588
Quincy NB bike lane
105
Quincy SB bike lane
94
Roosevelt Bridge
351
Rosslyn Bikeometer
1010
TR Island Bridge
834
WOD Bon Air Park
758
WOD Bon Air West
975
WOD Columbia Pike
859
Wilson WB bike lane
214

Peds counted

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110 Trail
1777
14th Street Bridge
216
Arlington Mill Trail
738
Ballston Connector
21
Bluemont Connector
887
CC Connector
394
Custis Bon Air Park
581
Custis Rosslyn
645
Eads NB
0
Eads SB
0
Fairfax WB
0
Joyce St NB
21
Joyce St SB
125
Key Bridge East
2016
Key Bridge West
661
MVT Airport South
376
Roosevelt Bridge
149
TR Island Bridge
849
WOD Bon Air Park
850
WOD Bon Air West
947
WOD Columbia Pike
663

All counters, YTD

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Year to Date
4901154