ART 61 Rosslyn - Court House Metro Shuttle

ART 61 is a great way to get to Rosslyn and Courthouse and take advantage of all your transit options, including Metrorail and Metrobus. The route serves the Ft. Myer Heights, Radnor Heights, Colonial Terrace, Colonial Village, and North Highland neighborhoods. Look for the green and white ART bus stop signs and climb aboard.

ART 61 follows two loops, one clockwise and one counter-clockwise, during weekday rush hours, 6-10 a.m. and 3-7 p.m.

Route A - Clockwise Loop Stops

  • Rosslyn Metro, N. Moore Street, Bus Bay F
  • N. Queen & 12th Street
  • Court House Metro, Wilson Blvd. at Veitch Street
  • 21st & Scott Street
  • Rosslyn Metro, N. Moore Street, Bus Bay F

Route B - Counter-Clockwise Loop Stops

  • Rosslyn Metro Entrance, N. Moore Street
  • 21st & Scott Street
  • Court House Metro, Clarendon Blvd., top of Metro escalator near Strayer University
  • N. Queen & 12th Street
  • Rosslyn Metro Entrance, N. Moore Street

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ART 61 route map and schedule (PDF, 291 KB, Adobe Reader required)

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.

ART RealTime arrival estimates are also available for ART buses that are less than 45 minutes away. 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.

ART 61 Schedules

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Effective 7/2/2012


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Holiday Schedule

ART 61 does not operate on the following holidays: New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Presidents Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving Day, day after Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day.