The Potomac Rappahannock Transportation Commission (PRTC) and Virginia Railway Express offer various commuting options, such as local and commuter bus and rail services, in Prince William County. 

Save time and save money by sharing your commute! Whether 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 the choices below.

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 or call 703-730-6664.

VRE provides commuter rail service from the Northern Virginia suburbs to Alexandria, Crystal City, and downtown Washington, D.C., along the I-66 and I-95 corridors. Services began in 1992, operating 16 trains from 16 stations and carried, on average, 5,800 passengers daily. Now, VRE operates 30 trains from 19 stations and carries, on average, 20,000 passengers daily.

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