Travel Choices

Travel Options

Walk

 

Walk

Stay out of traffic and enjoy all that Tysons Corner Center has to offer. With a variety of on-site retailers, restaurants, conveniences, and entertainment options, enjoying your day without leaving the area is easier than ever. Enjoy fresh air in the plaza, shop in the mall, or dine at Barrel and Bushell, your options are endless.

If you must venture outside of Tysons Corner Center, you have a variety of transportation options, all within walking distance. Tysons Corner Station is just steps away, connecting you to points in Tysons and beyond.

 

 

Bike

With on-site bike racks, bike lanes, sidewalks, and a Capital Bikeshare station, Tysons Corner Center provides a bike-friendly environment for cyclists. Traveling around the area with your bike is simple, as you can mount your bike on the front of all Fairfax Connector and Metrobuses.

Whether you are commuting to work or enjoying a leisurely ride, Fairfax County has hundreds of miles of scenic bike paths and a network of bike lanes and routes to suit anyone from new riders to avid cyclists. For a closer look at bike paths around Tysons Corner Center and throughout Fairfax County, check out the Fairfax County Bike Map.

 

 

Capital Bikeshare

Don’t have a bike? No problem! Tysons Corner Center has an on-site Capital Bikeshare station just outside of VITA. Capital Bikeshare is an efficient and inexpensive way to get to work and around Tysons, Falls Church, and Merrifield. Taking Bikeshare around the area is simple, as there are 13 stations scattered throughout the area. Bikeshare is ideal for quick-trips under 30 minutes–especially since your first 30 minutes on the bike are just $2. Check out Capital Bikeshare’s website for more information.

Additional Bike Resources:

Fairfax County Bike Map

FABB

Map My Ride

 

 

Metro

Enjoy a book, return emails, stream your favorite show, the possibilities are endless when it comes to your commute on the Metro. Avoid traffic and tolls by taking the Metro to Tysons Corner Station, which is just steps away, making it a convenient and accessible commute choice. Tysons Corner Station is served by Metro’s Silver Line, which provides a direct ride to D.C., Arlington, Reston, and many more places throughout the region.

busrail map

 

 

 

Bus

There are several perks to taking the bus to Tysons Corner Center: it saves money on gas and tolls, reduces stress, saves your car wear and tear, and it is environmentally friendly. Luckily, Tysons Corner Center has direct access to Tysons Corner Station, which is served by Fairfax Connector, MetroBus, and OmniRide. With a variety of bus routes connecting you to places in Tysons and beyond, getting out from behind the wheel and enjoying a ride on the bus is easy!

Where will you ride?

Route Destination Service
28A Old Town Station Metrobus
23T Shirlington Metrobus
23A Crystal City Metrobus
401 Tysons West Park Fairfax Connector
402 Franconia-Springfield Fairfax Connector
467 Dunn Loring Fairfax Connector
422 Tysons Corner Station Fairfax Connector
423 Park Run Fairfax Connector
424 Jones Branch Dr. Fairfax Connector
463 Vienna Metro Fairfax Connector
721 McLean Metro Fairfax Connector
61 Linton Hall OmniRide
60

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Manassas

Woodbridge

OmniRide

OmniRide

 

 

 

Carpool

Share your ride and save time and money on your commute to and from Tysons Corner Center. Thanks to Commuter Connections, it is easier than ever to find carpool matches. Commuter Connections operates a regional database where commuters can enter their home and work locations to find a potential carpool match.

Another advantage of carpooling is that it allows you to take advantage of HOV lanes on I-66 and Dulles Toll Road, as well as take the Express Lanes for free on I-495 and I-395.

Visit the Commuter Connections website to find your carpool match.

 

 

Guaranteed Ride Home

Guaranteed Ride Home provides commuters who regularly carpool, bike, walk, or take public transit to work with a free and reliable ride home when an immediate means of transportation is necessary. Commuters may take advantage of Guaranteed Ride Home up to four times per year to get home for unexpected emergencies such as having to stay overtime at work, a personal illness, or a sick child.

Guaranteed Ride Home is designed to be a safety net when one of life’s unexpected emergencies arise. Knowing there’s a guaranteed ride home makes commuting less stressful and provides peace of mind when using commuting options like transit and carpools. Guaranteed Ride Home is entirely free to qualified candidates! Ready to join the program? Click here for a guaranteed ride home.