Here is a guide to Washington, DC’s public transportation systems.
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DC Circulator - The DC Circulator, provides inexpensive, frequent service around the National Mall, between Union Station and Georgetown, and between the Convention Center and the National Mall.
DC Streetcars - Streetcars will soon be providing transportation around Washington DC.
New lines are being built and the first one is expected to begin operations in 2013.
MARC Train Service - MARC is a commuter train providing public transportation along four routes to Union Station in Washington, DC.
The starting points are Baltimore, Frederick, and Perryville, MD and Martinsburg, WV.
Beginning in December 2013, MARC service will run on weekends between Baltimore and Washington on the Penn Line. Virginia Railway Express (VRE) - VRE is a commuter train providing public transportation from Fredericksburg and Broad Run Airport in Bristow, VA to Union Station in Washington, DC. ART-Arlington Transit - ART is a bus system that operates within Arlington County, Virginia and provides access to the Crystal City Metro station and VRE.City of Fairfax CUE - The CUE bus system provides public transportation within the City of Fairfax, to George Mason University, and to the Vienna/Fairfax-GMU Metrorail Station.It’s easy to travel around the Washington, DC area using public transportation.Since Washington, DC traffic is often congested and parking is expensive, taking public transportation can be a convenient way to get around.Sports, entertainment, shopping, museums and sightseeing attractions are all accessible by public transportation.Commuting to work by subway, train or bus can be less stressful and more convenient than driving a car to some areas around the region.