OverviewPublic Transportation from Washington Dulles Airport: You will find your mode of transportation at the following locations:
(a) Ground Transportation Level: rental cars; hotel information; taxi/ shared van; parking.
(b) Curb Level: Metrobus 5A serving L’Enfant and Rosslyn; Air & Space Museum Shuttle Bus; Hotel Pick Up; Rental Car Shuttle
(c) Near the walkways to the Daily Garage 1: The Washington Flyer's SuperShuttle vans
(d) Ground level, outside at right end of the terminal: The Washington Flyer Coach to the Metro Station.
By Train (via Silverline Express Bus):
To get to the Metrorail station: The new Silver Line Express (replacing Washington Flyer bus) terminus runs between the Airport and the Wiehle-Reston East Train Station, takes only minutes & costs $5 (cash/credit); combined with Metrorail fare, passengers get to anywhere within the Metrorail system at $11. The bus offers free WiFi, baggage storage & curbside-to-curbside service. For more information visit: flydulles.com/silverlineexpress.
* On arrival at the Metrorail station, buy your Metrorail fare card and board the train headed for 'New Carrollton' (downtown Washington). For general information about Metrorail open: wmata.com or call 202-637-7000 /TTY 638-3780.
The 5A Express Metrobus to downtown Washington makes stops at Terminal's arrivals level, down the ramp at curb location 2E and continues to:
(a) Herndon-Monroe (Virginia) at Park & Ride lot,
(b) the Rosslyn (Virginia) Metrorail station (with connections to Orange/Blue lines),
(c) L'Enfant Plaza (Washington) Metrorail Station.
The Fairfax Connector bus, Route 981, takes you from from the Airport to Herndon-Monroe transfer station where you can change to the 5A bus to the Airport; and to Reston Town Center and Tysons Westpark.
* By 2018 the Silver line of the Dulles Metro Rail is to reach Dulles Airport - involving a 23-mile extension of Metro's existing Orange line from East Falls Church West to Dulles Airport and Loudon County. While the first phase has been completed , Phase 2 (started 2013), will continue - involving the remaining 11.4 miles with six stations: Reston Town center, Herndon, Innovation Center, Washington Dulles Airport, Routes 606 & 772/Ashburn.
|Service Name:||METROBUS ROUTE 5A|
|Service Area:||between Dulles and Washington, DC|
|Contact Information:||(202) 637-7000; TTY (202) 638-3780|
|Service Name:||VIRGINIA REGIONAL TRANSIT|
|Service Area:||direct bus service between Dulles Airport and the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum's Udvar-Hazy Center, and to other locations in the region|
|Fare Information:||50 cents|