Urgent Service Updates
  • See Something, Say Something
    If you See Something, Say Something. Report left-behind packages & suspicious activity to the bus driver. Call 911 in an emergency. See www.securetransit.org for more info.
  • ART 45, 55, 61: Temporary bus stop changes at Rosslyn Metro starting Dec. 6
    Beginning Wednesday, December 6, ART 45, 55 & 61 will switch bus stops at Rosslyn Metro for approximately 3 weeks due to construction. ART 55 will move to Stop A, and ART 45 & 61 will move to Stop F. For more details and a bus stop diagram, please visit https://www.wmata.com/service/status/details/bus-bay-reassignments-rosslyn-metro.cfm

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Where Can ART Take You?

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ART is Arlington

Riding Arlington Transit – ART buses is a great way to get around Arlington car free. People who live, work and play in Arlington can take the green and white ART buses to restaurants, shops, parks and more. ART also connects to Metrorail and Metrobus, making it easy to get to the entire DC metro region.

Visit ArlingtonTransit.com to learn more.

Here are the various ways you can use ART to get around.

The ART of Getting Around

New to Arlington or riding ART? ArlingtonTransit.com has route and schedule info for all of the 17 ART bus routes. Use CarFreeAtoZ.com to plan your trip and then CarFreeNearMe.com to find the ART bus stop closest to you. Finally, ART RealTime (arlingtontransit.com/realtime) will tell you when the next ART bus will arrive at your stop.

Ride ART the Smart Way

The SmarTrip card makes it easy to ride ART for the $2.00 regular fare. Just tap the card on the fare box when you board the bus. The card also works on Metrobus and Metrorail.

The Senior SmarTrip card is for seniors age 65 and older and automatically gives them the $1.00 Senior fare on ART. The card also gives a discount on Metrobus and Metrorail.

The iRide Student SmarTrip card is for Arlington students, K-12, and lets them ride ART for the $1.00 Student fare. The card also works on Metrobus and Metrorail for the regular fare. Learn more at ArlingtonTransit.com/iride.

All SmarTrip cards allow free bus-to-bus transfers within 2 hours of use. Cards can be purchased at the Commuter Stores located at the Ballston Metro, Rosslyn Metro, Crystal City Metro and Shirlington Bus Station. For the Senior and Student cards, the user must be present at the time of purchase and show ID.

Ride ART. Relax. Repeat.

Avoid the stress of driving in traffic and take ART to work. ART has cross-County routes as well as connections to Metrorail stations so you can get around the entire DC metro region.

The Accessibility of ART

All ART buses are fully accessible with wheelchair ramps and the ability to lower or kneel. Buses have two wheelchair securement areas and priority seating for senior citizens and people with disabilities. All stops are announced audibly and visually.

Let ART be Your Weekend Ride

On weekends you can take ART to farmers’ markets, parks, grocery stores and the mall. ART routes 41, 42, 43, 45, 51, 55, 77 and 87 provide weekend service. On weekends, ART routes 42 and 87 provide service to Pentagon City.

A Night Out is More Fun with ART

With ART’s late night service, you can go out to eat, catch a movie or connect to Metrorail to go into DC. ART routes 41, 43, 45, 55, 75, 77 and 87 provide weekday service past 10 pm. On Saturdays, the routes run past 11 pm and, in most cases, until midnight or later.

Where Do You Take ART?

Share a picture on ART’s Facebook page or send us a tweet at @ART_Alert letting us know how ART helps you get around Arlington.

Visit ArlingtonTransit.com to learn more about specific routes and get detailed route and schedule information.