We hope you are excited for our fifth annual Our Shared Street Pop-Up event on September 14. This family-friendly party is a fun way to learn about the available transit options in your neighborhood, get to know your neighbors, and discover local businesses.
September is National Preparedness Month
As you plan your return to the work place, prepare your commute for the unexpected.
Download our toolkit and be ready for any emergencies.
As more of us begin to return to the workplace, now is a good time to re-think the daily commute. Arlington Transportation Partners (ATP) and Commute66 can help your residents and employees ensure that their commute is stress-free.
Join us as we celebrate Care Free Day on September 22. This could be the perfect day to try a new commute whether it’s by transit, walking, or biking.
Starting a vanpool at your organization can help individuals find a convenient and affordable commute option, while employers can improve any parking issues they are experiencing and increase equity among their employees. Vanpools are ideal for commutes 15-miles or more in one direction – ones that are typically high in gas mileage and toll costs. And when they switch to vanpool, riders can cover the associated costs with their employer-provided transit benefit.
While studies have shown that fear of catching COVID-19 while commuting by public transportation may be unwarranted and ridership on Metrorail and buses continues to rise, service providers across our region are taking every precaution to help employees return to their offices when they're ready. Here’s what you need to know about service providers’ responses to help plan for the transition back to your physical office space.
As schools prepare to welcome students back to the classroom for another unprecedented school year during the coronavirus pandemic, Arlington Transportation Partners (ATP) is here to support teachers and staff with transportation options to travel safely back to school. Arlington County Government and Arlington Public Schools (APS) are committed to providing a safe and healthy school environment that keeps the entire community safe, including during their commute.