Urgent Service Updates
- VRE Crystal City Stop
VRE users: ART 43 & Metroway use the transit station on Crystal Dr. @ 18th - look Left as you face Crystal Dr; Look right for the ART 92 stop. ART 92 hasn't moved. ART 43 now operates every day except major holidays (like July 4th). Still every 10 minutes peak, otherwise every 20 minutes. New timetable is at www.arlingtontransit.com
- ART 43: SafeTrack temporary schedule effective 6/18
Effective Saturday, June 18, ART 43 will start operating on a new temporary schedule. Midday, evening, and weekend service has been added to provide a convenient north-south travel alternative during SafeTrack. Please visit http://tinyurl.com/zwc466l for more details.
- ART 43, 92: Temporary relocation of Crystal City Metro stop
Effective Wednesday, June 8, the ART 43 & 92 stop at Crystal City Metro will be moved 200 feet north, just before the overpass to S. Clark, due to construction at S. Bell St. & 18th St. S. Please allow a few extra minutes of travel time. The relocation is expected to last approximately four weeks. We apologize for the short notice, and thank you for riding ART.
- VRE Crystal City Stop
Metrobus 9A – Huntington-Pentagon
Metrobus is the Washington, D.C. area's regional bus system, operated by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA). Within Arlington, Metrobus is supplemented by ART to provide bus service throughout the County.
WMATA provides Metrobus timetables, with route maps, in Portable Document Format (PDF).
Try WMATA's Trip Planner to plan point-to-point trips using Metrobus, Metrorail, ART and other local bus systems.
Following U.S. Route 1 (Jefferson Davis Highway), Metrobus Route 9A operates between the Pentagon and points south, with stops at Crystal City Metro station, Potomac Yard Shopping Center, Braddock Road Metro station in Alexandria, and Huntington Metro Station.
Not all bus stops are shown on the map. Icons on the map represent schedule "timepoints" – the stops that are listed in the printed and online schedules for the route. Clicking the icons will show upcoming scheduled arrival times for that timepoint.
There are additional bus stops between the timepoints, usually about two blocks apart. Look for Metrobus and ART bus stop signs along the route. The bus stop signs will have route numbers indicating which routes serve each stop.
For a larger map with more viewing options, see the System Map.