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OmniRide Tysons Corner AM Schedule


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Only key time points are listed on the timetables below. If your stops falls between two time points, use the time of the stop before yours as the time you need to arrive at the stop.

To see all stops for a trip, see the map.


PRTC is proposing the elimination of the Tysons OmniRide route in November 2014. The public is invited to comment on the planned elimination, and a public hearing will be scheduled if requested. Alternate transportation options, with more frequent service, are available for Tysons OmniRide passengers.





Effective July 1, 2013


- One-Way Cash Fare


- One-Way SmarTrip Fare



Reduced Fares - Not available, as this route does not operate during reduced fare hours.


 VRE monthly pass holders who transfer to the Tysons Express at the Woodbridge Station ride FREE to Tysons.  For the return trip to the VRE station, the applicable bus fare is required. ALL other VRE pass holders are required to pay the applicable bus fare when traveling to and from the VRE station.


Woodbridge to Tysons Corner, Weekdays AM

First trip departs 6:10 AM
Last trip departs 8:05 AM

  Woodbridge VRE Route 123 & I-95 Commuter Lot Tysons Corner Center Jones Branch & Lincoln Way Jones Branch before West Park
  These are approximate drop-off times.
Buses will not wait for listed times.
T-1 6:10 AM 6:20 AM 6:50 AM 7:03 AM 7:11 AM
T-2 6:55 7:05 7:35 7:48 7:55
T-3 7:25 7:35 8:06 8:20 8:27
T-4 8:05 8:15 8:47 9:03 9:11
† Shaded trips operate on Modified Holidays


Tysons Express is funded entirely by Virginia Megaprojects, a partnership between Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation and the Virginia Department of Transportation designed to help mitigate congestion in Northern Virginia. 


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