Rail to Tysons

 

Tysons Corner Center, Tysons Tower, Vita, and the Hyatt Regency are all located less than a half mile from the Tysons Corner Metro Station located on Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority’s (WMATA) Silver Line Metrorail.

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The Silver Line runs from Wiehle-Reston Station and travels east through Tysons to connect with the Orange Line just west of East Falls Church. It then travels all the way through downtown D.C. to Largo Town Center, Serving all stations along the way just like the Orange and Blue Lines.

The Silver Line will run every 6 minutes during rush hour and every 12-15 minutes during off-peak times and weekends. It will be open Monday – Thursday, 5:00am – midnight. Friday, 5:00am to 3:00am. Saturday, 7:00am to 3:00am, and Sunday, 7:00am to midnight.

Calculate how much your fare ride will be here!

Tysons Corner Station

AccessTysons_WalkingMap_v6.pdfThe Tysons Corner Station is located on Route 123 on the same side as Tysons Galleria and provides direct access via pedestrian bridge to Tysons Corner Center, Tysons Tower, Vita, and the Hyatt Regency.

Wondering how to get from Tysons Corner Station to the mall? Check out Access Tysons’ Walking Map!

Bike Parking and Bus Service

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There are 38 bike racks and 20 rental bikes available. There are also 6 bus bays providing bus service located on the North and South side of the station. See which bus routes will be servicing Tysons Corner Station below.

Bus Bays

Bay Route Destination

A

PRTC Metro Direct LH – Linton Hall
MMD – Manassas Direct

B

Metrobus 2T – Dunn Loring Metro
15M – George Mason University/ Vienna Metro

C

Fairfax Connector 423 – Greensboro Dr., North Tysons

E

Fairfax Connector 462 – Dunn Loriing Metro, Navy FCU HQ
463 – Vienna Metro, via Maple Ave

F

Fairfax Connector 402 – Dunn Loring Metro, Franconia-Springfield Metro

G

Metrobus 28A – King Street-Old Town Metro