Taking public transit is a great way to not only save money on your commute, but time as well.

For a list of all the Metro rail stops with amenities such as car sharing, bike racks, and lockers please click here.

Bus / Van Transit

Win Tran:
The Winchester Transit system provides transportation throughout the City of Winchester, operating on regular routes and schedules.

> See the bus stops and schedules

Metrobus:
Serving 11,500 bus stops in DC, Maryland, and Virginia, metrobus is one of the largest bus transit lines in the area.

> See the bus stops and schedules

Para-Transit:
Para-Transit provides those with disabilities with easy access pick up and drop offs for destinations. Rides must be scheduled in advanced and are on a first come first serve basis.
> Get details and contact info

Royal Trolley and Corridor Connector:

> Get the schedule, stops, and hours

 

Winchester Trolley:
The Winchester City Trolley operates Monday through Saturday, providing visitors and residents with transportation to local restaurants and shopping centers.

> Get the schedule, stops, and hours

RADAR:
A non-profit corporation that provides rural public transit services in the Greater Roanoke Valley for disabled individuals.

> Learn more about Radar services

VRTA:
The Virginia Regional Transportation Association provides public transportation throughout Central Virginia.

> Visit the VRTA website for more info

Rail Transit

Amtrak:
Providing the nation with public rail transportation since 1971, Amtrak is a great way to save money on gas while commuting to and from work.

> To find the closest station to you click here.

Metrorail:
DC’s top public transportation system, which serves over 700,000 customers a day provides individuals with fast and cost efficient transportation within the DC area.

> More information on Metrorail can be found here.

VA Rail Express:
The Virginia Railway Express (VRE), a joint project of the Northern Virginia Transportation Commission and the Potomac and Rappahannock Transportation Commission will provide safe, cost effective, accessible, reliable, convenient, and comfortable commuter-oriented rail passenger service.

> More information on the VRE can be found here.

Virginia Breeze to Suspend Service Effective April 10th

RICHMOND – The Virginia Breeze, the Commonwealth of Virginia’s intercity bus serviceis suspending all long-distance intercity bus service effective Friday, April 10, 2020, due to significantly reduced ridership. As more Virginians are limiting travel only to essential trips in compliance with Governor Ralph Northam’s Stay-at-Home Order, demand is markedly lower. Monday through Thursday service has been suspended since April 5, 2020.

The Virginia Breeze is an intercity bus service operated by Megabus for the Commonwealth of Virginia, connecting Blacksburg, Virginia, to Union Station in Washington, D.C. The existing route includes several stops in the New River Valley, the Shenandoah Valley, and Northern Virginia.

“While it was our hope to continue this service for our under served communities for essential travel purposes, it is no longer feasible to maintain service at this time given the lack of demand,” said Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation (DRPT) Director Jennifer Mitchell.  “DRPT looks forward to restarting Virginia Breeze service when it is deemed safe to travel and demand returns.”

Customers who have booked a trip for travel on or before April 30, 2020, can reschedule their trip for any available travel date before September 8, 2020, at no additional cost. To request a refund or reschedule a trip, customers should contact Megabus customer service at mailto:inquiries@megabus.com or by calling 877-462-6342.

Click here to visit The Virginia Breeze website