Fairfax Connector Service Changes Starting Jun. 28


May 28, 2009

Fairfax Connector will reduce service or eliminate some of its routes and increase fares on express routes, effective June 28, 2009.  These changes are due to the county’s budget shortfall and a reduction of over 8 percent to the Connector’s fiscal year (FY) 2010 budget.

Fairfax Connector’s FY 2010 budget includes a fare increase to $7 for three express routes which travel outside Fairfax County boundaries.  These are routes 380, 595, and 597, which provide bus service to the Pentagon and Crystal City.  This fare increase does not apply to any other routes.

Bus routes which will have reduced service on holidays include:
380, 585, 980

Bus routes which will have reduced weekend service include:
425

Bus routes which will have reduced weekday service include:
301, 505, 553, 557, 585.

Bus routes which have been discontinued include:
303, 556, 922, VRE EZ-Bus.

A complete list of Fairfax Connector bus routes can be found at www.fairfaxcounty.gov/connector/fy10_changes.htm, indicating individual route status as of June 28, 2009. Schedules and maps for each bus route are expected to be available in early June.

For more information, contact the Fairfax Connector Information Center at 703-339-7200, TTY 703-339-1608, visit one of the five Connector Store locations, or visit the web site at www.fairfaxconnector.com.

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