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Fairfax County Department of Transportation Transforms Daily Travel for Residents Beginning June 22, 2024

For Immediate Release
June 12, 2024

The Fairfax County Department of Transportation (FCDOT) announces significant transformation of Fairfax Connector bus service along the I-66 corridor and beyond, starting Saturday, June 22, 2024. Residents and visitors will benefit from expanded park and ride options, increased frequency, streamlined bus service routes, and new bus stop locations designed to make traveling throughout Fairfax County and our region more convenient for everyone.

310, 321, 322,393, 396, 423, 432, 461, 463, 574, 605, 615, 622, 630, 642, 660, 698, 699 427, 598, 625, 651, 662, 663, 671, 672 424, 466, 621, 623, 624, 631, 632, 634, 640, 641, 650, 652, 724

**Nearly all discontinued routes are modified or replaced by new services** 

The major transportation network restructuring provides Connector customers with more travel options between Centreville, Chantilly, Vienna, and Tysons (CCVT) by creating transfer points at the new Monument Drive Commuter Parking Garage as well Park and Ride locations. Buses at this newly designed Monument Drive hub, adjacent to Fairfax Corner (retail, dining, and entertainment), will run every 5 -to-7 minutes during morning and afternoon rush hours. There are over 800 free parking spaces for passengers, with EV charging stations (fee) coming soon.

FCDOT has not forgotten our bicycle enthusiasts.  With a secure bike room (fee) and available bicycle parking at the new Monument Drive garage, it’s easier than ever to make biking part of your daily commute. Customers can also take their bike with them on Connector by utilizing one of two bike racks on the front of the bus.

Easy Connections and Another Transit Center in Springfield Business District on the Way: 

Some CCVT service changes do not require passengers to connect through Monument Garage. There are other locations such as Stone Road and Stringfellow Park and Ride where passengers can transfer to routes like 660, 663, and 671 (+future 670), and reduce their overall travel time.

Fairfax Connector routes are realigned to utilize the Springfield Community Business Center and Transit Center, which is currently slated to open July 2024. Due to this delay, routes 310, 321, 322, 393, and 396 will operate on a detour until further notice. Passengers will be alerted to these detours and other commuter updates through BusTracker text to customer messaging, and on FairfaxConnector.com.

Monument Drive Commuter Welcome Event:   

The Monument Drive Commuter Garage will be inaugurated on June 20 during a ribbon cutting ceremony, with the facility officially opening June 22. Fairfax Connector will then celebrate the launch of weekday service on Monday, June 24, 2024 (Morning Rush Hour) at the Monument Drive Garage located at 12113 Government Center Parkway. Passengers will be greeted with refreshments, free ride coupons, new schedules, giveaways, and will be able to speak with FCDOT staff about their new travel options.

New Scooter Policy: 

 “You’ve got to know when to hold them and know when to fold them.” Effective, June 22, 2024, Fairfax Connector will update its Micro-Mobility Policy to allow foldable scooters and foldable bikes on board our buses. Find more details about the policy here.   

Stay Connected:

For more information about upcoming service changes, visit our website at FairfaxConnector.com and follow us on Facebook and X. Customers can also sign up for BusTracker text to customer service, to receive estimated arrival times for their bus on our BusTracker webpage.

“Start Riding Smart” with Fairfax Connector. Just #KeepOnMoving. See you on the bus! 



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