Service Changes for Loudoun County Transit

Commuter Bus Route 482 Bus Stop Changes – Beginning October 26, 2020

Beginning Monday, October 26, 2020, the Commuter Bus Route 482 (a.m. service) bus stop located at the Lee Highway (Route 29) and Fort Myer Drive intersection will move a block west on Lee Highway, prior to North Nash Street until further notice. This temporary change is necessary due to construction in the area.

Commuter Bus and Metro Connection Bus Service Changes – Beginning November 2, 2020

Beginning Monday, November 2, 2020, Loudoun County Transit will modify Commuter Bus and Metro Connection Bus services to meet current passenger demand. 

Commuter Bus Service

New Commuter Bus routes stopping at the Dulles South (Stone Ridge II) and East Gate Park and Ride lots will be added as follows:

  • Routes 281 (a.m.) and 681 (p.m.) will provide service to and from Loudoun County and Washington, D.C. 
  • Routes 282 (a.m.) and 682 (p.m.) will provide service to and from Loudoun County and Rosslyn/the Pentagon/Crystal City.

Commuter Bus routes stopping at the Leesburg Park and Ride lot and Dulles North Transit Center will be adjusted as follows:

  • Routes 481 (a.m.) and 881 (p.m.) will be reduced from nine to five trips to and from Loudoun County and Washington, D.C. at newly scheduled times.
  • Routes 482 (a.m.) and 882 (p.m.) providing service to and from Loudoun County and Rosslyn/the Pentagon/Crystal City will be reduced. Route 482 will be reduced from nine to five trips and Route 882 will be reduced from nine to six trips at newly scheduled times.

For details, view the November 2, 2020 Commuter Bus Schedule (PDF).

Metro Connection Bus Service

Metro Connection Bus routes stopping at the Purcellville Park and Ride lot and the Wiehle-Reston East Metrorail Station will be adjusted as follows:

Metro Connection Bus Routes 901 and 902 will resume service to and from the West Falls Church Metrorail station at newly scheduled times. Routes 901 and 902 will no longer service Ballston Metrorail Station as this stop was provided temporarily to accommodate the recently completed Metrorail Platform Improvement project. 

Ongoing Impacts to Bus Service

Customer Information Regarding COVID-19

View information about Loudoun County Transit’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, including the requirements for face coverings and physical distancing.

Current Bus Service Changes

  1. ADA/Paratransit
  2. Local Fixed Route
  3. Metro Connection
  4. Premium Commuter 

Complementary paratransit bus services are provided in Loudoun County during the same days and hours as the local fixed routes.

All riders should monitor this web page, loudoun.gov/buschanges, after 4:00 a.m. for possible unexpected service changes. A voice mail message at 703-771-5665 also will be updated should any service changes occur.

Send Your Comments

Comments regarding any suggested route, stop or schedule changes are welcomed and should be emailed to Transit Comments. Commuters may also contact us by phone at 877-465-2287 or 703-771-5665. A customer service representative is available to speak to callers Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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