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The Potomac Rappahannock Transportation Commission and Virginia Railway Express offer a variety of commuting options, such as local and commuter bus and rail service, in Prince William County. 

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Save time and save money by sharing your commute! Whether you are traveling to Washington, D.C., or a destination closer to home, you’ll find a bus or a ridesharing option – such as a carpool or vanpool – to suit your needs. Check out these options:

OmniRide commuter buses serve communities in the Prince William County area, providing service to destinations including: Washington, D.C., the Pentagon, the Mark Center, Crystal City, Rosslyn/ Ballston, Washington Navy Yard, and Tysons.

Metro Direct buses connect people with the Franconia-Springfield or Tysons Corner Metrorail stations.

OmniLink and the Cross County Connector offer local bus services within Dale City, Dumfries, Manassas, Manassas Park, the Route 1 corridor, and Woodbridge/Lake Ridge.

OmniMatch is a free service that helps area residents find a carpool or vanpool to suit their schedule.

For more information about transportation options in the Prince William County area, visit PRTCtransit.org or call 703-730-6664.