Capital Bikeshare is an affordable, convenient, and equitable bikeshare service that is available to everyone in the region. Now featuring e-bikes, it connects a network of over 600 stations across several jurisdictions in the region.
Sign up For A Membership and Join the Fun
Using Capital Bikeshare is simple. Just check out a bike and return it to any station near your destination.
There are multiple pass options available to rent a bike, depending on how long or how often you would like to ride. Some of the most popular pass types, include:
Single Trip: Great for quick trips. Trips start at $1 to unlock a bike.
24-Hour: Perfect for people visiting Arlington and the DC metro area.
Annual Membership: Best option for locals who plan to ride multiple times per month.
Download the mobile app and enhance your journey with real-time bike and station information, navigation tools, and ride incentives!
Capital Bikeshare for All
The Capital Bikeshare for All program offers a $5 annual membership to residents of the seven Capital Bikeshare member jurisdictions who qualify for certain state or federal assistance programs.
Learn more about eligibility requirements at capitalbikeshare.com/pricing/for-all.
Sign-up For A Membership
Here is how to apply for a Capital Bikeshare for All membership:
Head over to any of Arlington’s five Commuter Store locations to apply with a cash payment. You must bring a current government-issued photo ID with your Arlington address shown, and sign-up with as little as $16. This program is designed to make access to Capital Bikeshare easier for Arlingtonians who don’t have a credit or debit card, or prefer to pay cash, to join.
The Community Partners Program is a joint effort between Arlington and Washington, DC, to work with nonprofit organizations and government agencies to promote Capital Bikeshare of All by providing registration assistance, helmets, and training on how to ride bikes and to use the system.
Members of Arlington’s Community Partners Program, include:
Arlington Food Assistance Center, Phoenix Bikes, Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing (APAH), Arlington County Healthy Living Program, AHC, Inc., Randolph Elementary School—Club de Madres and Our Stomping Ground.
For more information on this program, email info@BikeArlington.com.
In 2021, Arlington’s added 11 Capital Bikeshare stations to its network, increasing the total 104 stations.
In 2022, we plan to at least 5 more along with these other system improvements:
Arlington National Cemetery (Route 110 North)
Penrose Square / Columbia Pike & S Barton St
Wakefield and 28th Street S.
Virginia Hospital Center- George Mason Drive and 16th Street N.
Eads St & 15th St S.
Stations to be moved to a nearby location:
Columbia Pike & S. Oakland St to Columbia Pike & S. Monroe St
S. Frederick St & 8th St to S. Dinwiddie & 8th St
N. Glebe & 11th St, to Fairfax Dr & N Glebe Rd
Westover Library to Washington Blvd & Lancaster
Stations being replaced with new equipment:
N Randolph St & Fairfax Dr
Virginia Square Metro /N Monroe & 9th St
Washington & 10th St N
N Quincy St & Glebe Rd
Langston Blvd & N Adams St
N Veitch & 20th St
N Fairfax Dr & Wilson Blvd
Central Library / N Quincy St & 10th St
Ballston Metro / N Stuart & 9th
Barcroft Community Center
N Veitch & Key Blvd
N Lynn & 19th St N
N Wilson Blvd & Ft Myer Dr