Tysons Express Bus Service
Information Regarding the Tysons Service When the Silver Line Opens
Starting Monday, July 28, 2014, the Tysons Express bus service will be rebranded as “Loudoun County Transit” and a modified version of the service will operate. The East Tysons Shuttle Service from the West*Park Transit Center to MITRE, Capital One and Northrop Grumman will stop operation on July 25th. Current shuttle riders should use the Silver Line Metrorail to access the Mclean Metro Station.
Virginia Mega Projects funded the Tysons Express bus service and the East Tysons Shuttle to mitigate traffic during the Silver Line Phase 1 construction. The funding provided by Virginia Mega Projects for the Tysons Express bus service and East Tysons Shuttle will end with the start of Silver Line revenue service on July 26th.
The Loudoun County Transit’s Silver Line Schedules have Tysons trips included and can be found online:
About Our Services
The Loudoun County Tysons Express Bus Service operates commuter bus service to and from Tysons Corner during the peak periods
in the morning and evening. The routes and schedules were developed based on citizens’ comments, suggestions gathered at public input meetings, and from a bus preference survey conducted in 2010.
All buses are equipped with electronic fareboxes that accept SmarTrip cards or cash. Passenger fares are $3 with a SmarTrip card or $3.50 cash - only exact change is accepted. SmarTrip cards can be purchased at the Tysons West Park Transit Station, the 4th floor of the Loudoun County Government Center, 1 Harrison Street, S.E. in Leesburg, or Metro sales locations.
New Park & Ride Lot
The Loudoun County Tysons Express buses now pick up from the Goose Creek Village park & ride lot. Goose Creek Village is a new park & ride lot located on the southwest corner of Belmont Ridge Road & Sycolin Road in Ashburn. The address of the park & ride lot is 21001 Sycolin Rd, Ashburn VA 20147. Please click the link below for the schedule:
Questions or comments concerning Tysons Express should be directed to
Tysons Express bus service is being funded by the Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project. The project includes a Transportation Management Plan (TMP) designed to offset the traffic congestion that normally results with any construction in or adjacent to a roadway system. One of the primary goals of the TMP is to improve transportation for those traveling from Loudoun County to Tysons Corner during the construction of the rail project.
Tysons Express bus service offers Loudoun County residents an opportunity to avoid the congestion experienced by most motorists traveling to the Tysons Corner area. The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors approved the use of TMP funds for this purpose and the Office of Transportation Services purchased four commuter coaches to operate the service.