FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 11, 2019
Recently, Fairfax County officials and community members celebrated the launch of new Fairfax Connector service, creating new connections and completing missing links in Tysons, Vienna and Mosaic District (Route 467), and in the Franconia-Springfield and Mount Vernon areas (Route 308).
- Watch the video of the Route 467 Kick-Off on 16 Around Fairfax
- Watch the video of the Route 308 Kick Off on 16 Around Fairfax
Where Can You Go on Fairfax Connector Routes 467 and 308?
**Try Routes 467 and 308 for free through April 30, 2018**
Route 467 (schedule and map)
This new route, which is complementary to the existing Fairfax Connector Route 462 (rush-hour service), will provide mid-day, late evening and Saturday service between the Tysons Corner Metro station through downtown Vienna to the Dunn Loring Metrorail Station and the Mosaic District – with easy access to shopping, community amenities, hotels and employment.
Route 308 (schedule and map)
This new route provides service between the Franconia-Springfield Metrorail Station and INOVA Mount Vernon Hospital - via Jeff Todd Way and Richmond Highway - with easy access to shopping, community amenities, hotels and employment. The route operates during the week from 5:45 a.m. to 10:20 p.m., and on weekends from 7 a.m. to 8:20 p.m. The route provides convenient connections to the Springfield Town Center, Manchester Lakes Shopping Center, Hilltop Village Center, Mount Vernon Plaza and Gum Springs Center. Route 308 will also take you to the Kingstown and Sherwood Regional Libraries, and the South County Government Center and the Mount Vernon Governmental Center.
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