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Infrastructure

Centrally Located, Well-Connected

Arlington, VA’s prime location means you’re always easily connected — whether via the region's extensive network of mass transit or dedicated secure broadband.

Arlington is known for innovative roadway design and traffic engineering that ensures the safety of all travelers, no matter your preferred mode of transit. We have 11 Metro stations as well as various regional rail and bus options, Capital Bikeshare, ridesharing and Reagan National Airport within our borders. And we're connected to an even larger network via transit modes like Amtrak and the global reach of Washington Dulles and Baltimore-Washington International Airports.

And that’s not all. Arlington will invest $1.25 billion for capital projects over the next three years, demonstrating our continued commitment to improving our already robust infrastructure.

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11 Metrorail Stations

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1 Major Airport

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100 Capital Bikeshare Locations

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The Washington Metrorail “Metro” is the second busiest transit rail system in the U.S., serving more than 600,000 customers a day. Arlington’s 11 Metro stations are ideally situated on the Orange, Silver, Blue and Yellow Metro lines providing residents and workers easy access to Washington, D.C. and the Virginia and Maryland suburbs.

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Worldwide Access

Easy Access to National and International Destinations via Air

With Washington-Dulles International Airport and Baltimore-Washington International Airport each less than 30 miles away, it's easy to connect to anywhere in the world from Arlington, VA. As home to Ronald Reagan National Airport, Arlington offers the added benefit of daily direct flights to major economic hubs across the country right from the convenience of our own backyard.

 

Regional Access

Centrally Located on the East Coast

In addition to a plethora of national and international flight offerings, Arlington's direct access to the region's major Interstate highways, regional rail system and nearby Amtrak service make ground transportation equally convenient. And if your travel is even closer, Arlington is served by four Metrorail lines and numerous bus lines.

Whether you need to reach Washington, D.C. legislators, clients in Boston, New York or Philadelphia, or state delegates in Richmond, Arlington's central location and wide variety of transportation options, makes it easy to reach anywhere along the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic corridors.

 

Secure Connectivity

Secure Broadband and Network Confidence

Arlington's connections don't end with its many transit options, the region also boasts some of the most secure network access in the nation.

With government agencies like the Department of State and Department of Defense, as well as a number of top research agencies and government contractors, there's a critical need for security, and that's where Arlington shines. A number of our businesses are outfitted with dedicated dark fiber that's ready to ensure your business has secure online transmissions. In addition, Arlington is just minutes from acres of secure data centers, through which more than 70% of the world's online traffic flows.

Whether you're a government contracting company, work in cybersecurity or risk management or just need that added level of online and network security, Arlington gives you access and peace of mind. 

Future Investment

Solid Investment in the Future

Since the 1970s, when Arlington made the strategic decision to expand Metrorail underground, Arlington, VA has always been forward-thinking and strategic when it comes to future investments to better the community. And that commitment to strategic investments continues today.

Arlington is continuously making investments to improve its transit corridors, including funding for Metro, enhanced transit service along Columbia Pike and the adoption of the County's Transit Development Plan that will enhance the County's transit goals and provide multiple ways for residents and workers to get around seamlessly. What's more, plans are underway for a pedestrian bridge that will connect the commercial areas of the National Landing neighborhood with Reagan National Airport, allowing for quick and easy access for those arriving or departing via air. 

But transit isn't the only place where strategic investments are taking place. Arlington County has committed more than $127 million to technology investments over the next decade, including increased broadband initiatives and public safety information technology to refresh or replace existing public safety systems, therefore providing for increased speed in response and public safety throughout the community.