The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA), the government agency that operates both Metrorail and Metrobus and more commonly referred to as Metro, is adding additional shuttle and bus services to help alleviate travel issues during the 2019 Metro Shutdown.
Commuter benefits and programs
Your business or property can benefit through vanpool transportation and other sustainable transportation programs.
Arlington Transportation Partners (ATP) recently hosted its first Multimodal Madness Challenge for Arlington Public Schools (APS) employees. The week-long challenge encouraged those who bike, walk, carpool, or use transit to track their daily commutes. It also provided a healthy dose of competition among APS colleagues.
Spring weather is officially here and bringing warmer temperatures and sunshine. Spring is also the time to pack away the winter jacket and enjoy the outdoors on two wheels. With stations all over the DC Metro region, Capital Bikeshare is a favorite and affordable way to explore popular Arlington destinations. Whether you are looking to watch a movie, grab dinner with friends, or enjoy mother nature, Capital Bikeshare has you covered.
We held our annual National Walking Day event on a warm and sunny Wednesday, April 3. The Arlington Transportation Partners (ATP) team was stationed at pit stops throughout Arlington, Virginia and was joined by a host of partners to make the event come alive. Whether you missed it and want to catch up, or just want to relive the moment, you can take a look at the highlights below.
One of the main benefits transportation demand management (TDM)—and Commute66—bring to a community is a healthier, more sustainable environment. Encouraging commuters to use public transit, to carpool, or to vanpool, will result in fewer cars on the road, lower emissions, reduced traffic, and will make the area around the I-66 corridor a better environment for residents and visitors alike.