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Posted on: September 7, 2018

Ride Free on Loudoun’s Metro Connection Buses, Register for Prizes During Try Transit Week

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Loudoun County will kick off “Try Transit Week” Monday, September 17, 2018, with free rides on all Loudoun County Transit buses that provide connections to Metrorail stations. 

The Metro Connection services include routes traveling to and from Loudoun County to the Wiehle-Reston East (Silver Line) and the West Falls Church (Orange Line) Metro stations. The opportunity to travel for free on Metro Connection routes continues through the end of October 2018. 

Also, during Try Transit Week September 17-21, 2018, anyone who pledges to try transit at www.trytransitweek.org is eligible to win a year of free transit service from the Virginia transit operator of their choice, along with a pair of round-trip tickets aboard Amtrak’s Northeast Regional train. Pledges will be accepted through September 21, 2018. 

In addition, anyone who lives or works in Loudoun and who pledges to try transit is eligible for prizes from Loudoun County Transit. Four winners will each receive a $50 SmarTrip card that can be used on Loudoun County’s Premium Commuter buses and most Metro Connection buses. Two additional winners will each receive $30 worth of punch passes for Loudoun County’s Local Bus Service.

The free bus rides are offered through the ISHARE66 Commuter Incentives program, designed to reduce traffic congestion and promote alternative modes of transportation through the Interstate 66 corridor. Details about other incentives and commuter rewards can be found at ishare66.org.

More information about transit options in Loudoun is available at www.loudoun.gov/transit.

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