Interstate 66 (I-66) is an Interstate Highway in the eastern United States. As indicated by its even route number, it runs in an east–west direction. Its western terminus is at Middletown, Virginia, at an intersection with Interstate 81; its eastern terminus is in Washington, D.C. , at an intersection with U.S. Route 29. Interstate 66 has no physical or historical connection to U.S. Route 66.
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport is a public airport located three miles south of the central business district of Washington, D.C. , in Arlington County, Virginia, United States. It is the nearest commercial airport to Washington, D.C. Originally named Washington National Airport, the facility was renamed to honor former President Ronald Reagan in 1998. The airport is commonly known as "National", "Washington National", "Reagan", and "Reagan National".
The Virginia Railway Express (VRE) is a commuter rail service that connects the Northern Virginia suburbs to Union Station in Washington, D.C. , via two lines: the Fredericksburg Line from Fredericksburg, Virginia, and the Manassas Line from Broad Run/Airport station in Bristow, Virginia. Service to Manassas began on June 22, 1992; to Fredericksburg on July 20, 1992.
East Falls Church is a Washington Metro station in Arlington, Virginia on the Orange Line. The station serves the suburban communities of Falls Church and Arlington, VA and is located in the median of Interstate 66 near Lee Highway. Service began on June 7, 1986. East Falls Church has a parking lot with 422 spaces on the Lee Highway side of the station. The planned Silver Line will tentatively begin service in 2013.
Ballston–MU is a Washington Metro station in Arlington, Virginia on the Orange Line. It is also planned to be on the Silver Line route, which is scheduled to start operations in 2013. The station serves the transit-oriented community of Ballston as well as Marymount University (MU). Ballston-MU Station is also a major Metrobus transfer station. The station entrance is located at North Fairfax Drive and North Stuart Street, near the intersection of Wilson Boulevard and North Glebe Road.
Crystal City is a Washington Metro station in the Crystal City neighborhood of Arlington, Virginia. It is a side-platform station on the Blue and Yellow Lines. Located at 18th St. in between the Jefferson Davis Memorial Highway and Clark Place, it is accessible from the underground network of shopping centers and restaurants extending beneath Crystal City. Service began on July 1, 1977. Virginia Railway Express has a nearby station with the same name on Crystal Drive.
Court House is a Washington Metro station in the Courthouse neighborhood of Arlington, Virginia on the Orange Line. It is also scheduled to be on the Silver Line route, which is scheduled to start operations in 2013. The station is located at Wilson Boulevard and Uhle Street. It gets its name from the nearby Arlington Courthouse. Service began on December 1, 1979.
Rosslyn is a Washington Metro station in the business district of Rosslyn, in Arlington, Virginia. It is the station where the Blue and Orange Lines converge going east into Washington, D.C. ; in the opposite direction, they split, the Blue Line heading south and the Orange Line west, with a transfer allowed between them. It is also scheduled to be on the Silver Line route, which is expected to start operations in 2013.
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (formerly National Airport) is a Washington Metro station in Arlington, Virginia on the Blue and Yellow Lines. The station platform is elevated and covered and is the last above ground station on the Yellow Line in Virginia, heading into Washington, D.C. It is one of only two stations in the system to have three tracks (the other being West Falls Church-VT/UVA).
Pentagon City is a Washington Metro station in the Pentagon City neighborhood of Arlington, Virginia on the Blue and Yellow Lines. The station is located at the corner of Hayes Street and 12th Street, between Army-Navy Drive and South 15th Street. It links to a tunnel that allows direct access west into the Fashion Centre at Pentagon City, a large shopping mall, and east under Hayes Street to an entrance outside the Pentagon Centre shopping complex.
Pentagon is a Washington Metro station in Arlington, Virginia on the Blue and Yellow Lines. It is a transfer station for the Blue and Yellow lines, but they do not cross; this is where the two lines diverge going north, the Blue Line continuing on in Virginia and the Yellow Line crossing the Potomac River. The station is located under The Pentagon, and formerly had a direct (but secure) entrance to the Pentagon and its underground shopping center.
Arlington Cemetery is a Washington Metro station in Arlington, Virginia on the Blue Line. The station is located at the entrance to Arlington National Cemetery, near Memorial Drive. There is no public parking near the station except at the cemetery, which is reserved for cemetery visitors. It is the only station that closes earlier than the rest of the system, closing at 7 PM from October to March, and 10 PM from April to September. The station is also unique in its design.
The Richmond, Fredericksburg, and Potomac Railroad was a railroad connecting Richmond, Virginia, to Washington, DC. It is now a portion of the CSX Transportation system. The RF&P was a bridge line, with a slogan of "Linking North & South" (A bridge line has more traffic passing through its connections with other railroads than it originates or terminates at points along the line. ), on a system that stretched about 113 miles.
Interstate 395 (abbreviated I-395) in Virginia is a 13 mile (21 km) long spur route that begins at a junction with Interstate 95 in Springfield, Virginia and ends in northwest Washington, D.C. It passes underneath the National Mall near the United States Capitol and ends at a junction with U.S. Highway 50 at New York Avenue, roughly a mile (2 km) north of the Capitol tunnel.
The George Washington Memorial Parkway, known to local motorists simply as the "G.W. Parkway", is a parkway maintained by the U.S. National Park Service. It is located mostly in Northern Virginia, although a short section northwest of the Arlington Memorial Bridge passes over Columbia Island, which is within the District of Columbia. It is separated into two sections joined by Washington Street in Alexandria, Virginia.
File:I-595. svg Interstate 595 Existed: – 1979 Virginia Routes Primary – Secondary – History – Turnpikes Interstate 595 was a proposed upgrade to U.S. Route 1 in the Crystal City section of Arlington County, Virginia, between a northern terminus at Interstate 395 and State Route 110 and a southern terminus at Reagan National Airport. The upgrade as proposed was never built.
State Route 110 is a primary state highway in Arlington County, Virginia, United States. It runs from an interchange with Interstate 395 and U.S. Route 1 at Crystal City north past the east side of the Pentagon to an interchange with Interstate 66, Arlington Ridge Road, and Wilson Boulevard at Rosslyn. SR 110 runs roughly parallel to the George Washington Memorial Parkway, also passing Arlington National Cemetery with an exit for the Arlington Memorial Bridge.
Virginia State Route 233, or the Airport Viaduct, is a short elevated highway in Arlington County, Virginia, United States connecting U.S. Route 1 with Reagan National Airport, passing over the Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad, the Washington Metro Yellow and Blue Lines, and the George Washington Parkway. VA SR 233 is an intermodal connector in the National Highway System. It is maintained by the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT).
State Route 244, also known as Columbia Pike, is a primary state highway in the U.S. state of Virginia. It is a four-lane road that runs from State Route 236 in Annandale, Fairfax County east to State Route 27 at the Pentagon in Arlington County.
Spout Run Parkway is a spur from the George Washington Memorial Parkway in Arlington County, Virginia, USA. Like the George Washington Memorial Parkway, it is administered by the United States National Park Service. The parkway takes its name from Spout Run, a Potomac River tributary, which it parallels most of its course. From the George Washington Memorial Parkway to Lorcom Lane, the Spout Run Parkway is federally maintained.
State Route 120 is a primary state highway forming a crescent-shaped route through Arlington County, Virginia, United States. Its southern terminus is at U.S. Route 1, just south of Crystal City. Its northern terminus is at State Route 123 near Chain Bridge and the District of Columbia boundary. It has interchanges with Interstate 66, U.S. Route 50, and Interstate 395. The street name for Route 120 is Glebe Road, specifically North Glebe Road north of US 50 and South Glebe Road to the south.
State Route 27 is a freeway in Arlington County, Virginia, United States, and is the portion of Washington Boulevard east and south of U.S. Route 50. From Route 50, Route 27 runs northwest-to-southeast and has interchanges with Route 244 and Interstate 395. The interchange between Routes 27 and 395 is called the "Mixing Bowl," although local motorists often use that term to refer to the Springfield Interchange on the Capital Beltway in Springfield.