Washington Metro System

Metro Rail System Map, Rosslyn is the farthest point east where both the Orange and Blue lines run. Click on the station name to get info about the Rosslyn Station.

Rosslyn is served by 2 Metro rail lines and 14 metro bus lines. Shuttle buses provide access to Georgetown, Georgetown University and DuPont Circle.

Arlington Commuter Page – Official web site of the Arlington County Commuter Assistance Program. This is a great web site to find information about commuting in Virginia.

Metro Rail – The Rosslyn Station, a block from River Place on the east side of North Moore St. and Wilson Blvd., is a hub for the Orange and Blue lines.

Rosslyn Commuter Store – Located on the 2nd floor above the Rosslyn Metro Station, the staff here provides information on ridematching services, bus passes and tokens, maps, timetables, Metro passes, Metrochek vouchers, Bike routes, SmarTrip cards, and more.

Metro Ride Guide – Enter your starting point, destination, and travel times to get directions and fares. This is one of the best ways to find directions in Washington Metropolitan Area.

Local Shuttles provide easy access to Georgetown and GU:

Georgetown Shuttle – Metro Connection shuttles leave every day, every 10 minutes, from the Rosslyn Metro Station to Georgetown and Dupont Circle Metro Station. Service begins at 7 AM weekdays and ends at midnight weekdays and 2 AM Friday and Saturday nights. The fare is $0.50 one way.
Georgetown University Transportation System (GUTS)The Arlington Loop includes a stop at River Place. The Rosslyn Route leaves every 20 minutes from the Rosslyn Station.

Local Taxi Service:

Taxi Cab Service – Cabs are readily available on Lynn Street and there is a free cab phone at the front desk in the lobby. Two companies serve the area:

Blue Top Cab (703) 243-8294
Red Top Cab (703) 522-3333

Biking in the Area:

Washington Area Bicyclist Association – Information on places to ride, people to ride with, commuting tips, tours, and safety. A commuter mentor program matches experienced bicycle commuters with those interested in using the area’s numerous trails, bike lanes, and bicycle-friendly mass transit facilities.