Bike to Transit or Bike on Transit

Bicycling can be a great way to travel between your starting point and the nearest transit stop, and from the transit stop to your destination on the other end. You can park your bike at a Metro station, commuter rail station, or bus stop and take bus or rail. Or take your bike with you on Metrorail (there are some restrictions), Metrobus, ART, and most other local bus systems. MARC and VRE commuter rail systems have bike parking at stations and allow folding bikes on board. VRE also allows full-size bikes on some trains and cars.

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How to Ride the Bus with Your Bike

Did You Know?

Each U.S. rush-hour auto commuter spends an average of 50 hours a year stuck in traffic.

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