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A newly installed bus stop cover for local mass transit users in McLean.

<b>Metrobus</b>

<i>Visit http://wmata.com/timetables/timetables-state.cfm?State=VA for timetables and other information about these routes.</i>

The Tysons Corner-Dunn Loring Line, Route 2T serves the Tysons Corner area of McLean and Vienna. The route begins at Tysons Corner Center and stops at Tysons-Westpark Transit Station; Tysons Towers; and makes two stops in Vienna before ending at the Dunn Loring-Merrifield Metrorail station. The route runs seven days a week.

The Pimmit Hills Line, Route 3T, runs through the Pimmit Hills area with terminal stops at the Tysons-Westpark Transit Station and the West Falls Church-VT/UVA Metrorail station. Other stops in McLean are at Tysons Corner Center; the Colshire Drive loop (Westgate); and at Anderson and Chain Bridge Roads. This route is not in service on Sunday.

The D.C.-Dulles Line, Route 5A, runs from the L’Enfant Plaza Metrorail station to Dulles Airport. Area stops are at the Tysons-Westpark transit station and at the Herndon-Monroe Park and Ride along the Dulles Toll Road. This route runs seven days a week.

The Chain Bridge Road Line, Routes 15 K and L, both with terminal stops at George Mason University in the City of Fairfax and the Rosslyn Metrorail station in Arlington, make stops at Tysons Corner Center and along Dolley Madison Boulevard (called Chain Bridge Road outside of McLean) at Old Courthouse Road; Colshire Drive; Old Dominion Drive; Langley; and Kirby Road. Transfers to Route 23C at Langley are prohibited for security reasons, connections can be made at Dolley Madison Boulevard and Potomac School Road.

The McLean-Crystal City Line, Routes 23A and C, both begin at the Crystal City Metrorail station and make two stops in McLean on Old Dominion Drive at Kirby Road; and Corner Lane. Here the routes split, with Route 23C continuing to a terminal stop at Langley, and Route 23A continuing to Chain Bridge and Anderson Roads; Tysons Corner Center; the Tysons Galleria; and ending at the Tysons-Westpark Transit Station. Route 23A is in service seven days a week; Route 23C runs weekdays only.

The McLean Hamlet-East Falls Church Line, Route 24T, runs from the Tysons-Westpark Transit Station to the East Falls Church Metrorail Station. Stops are at Lewinsville and Falstaff Roads; #1501 Farm Credit Drive, the Farm Credit Administration building; Great Falls Street and Aynsley Lane; and Westmoreland Street and Kirby Road. The route runs only on weekdays.

The Alexandria-Tysons Corner Line, Routes 28A and B, take separate routes from the King Street Metrorail station in Alexandria to Tysons Corner Center. Both routes stop at Leesburg Pike and Lisle Avenue before ending at the shopping center. Route 28B runs seven days a week, but Route 28A does not run on Sundays.

The Tysons Corner-West Falls Church Line, Route 28T, with terminal stops at the Tysons-Westpark Transit Station and the West Falls Church-VT/UVA Metrorail station, makes stops at Leesburg Pike and Lisle Avenue; Tysons Corner Center; Gosnell Road and Tyspring Street; and the Westwood Center. This route is in service Monday through Friday.

<b>Fairfax Connector Bus</b>

<i>Visit http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/connector/north.htm for route maps and schedules.</i>

The Tysons-Westpark Transit Station/West Falls Church Metro Line, Routes 425 and 427, runs from the Tysons-Westpark Transit station to Jones Branch Drive, Greensboro Drive and the West Falls Church Metrorail station. Route 425 is in service seven days a week, Route 427 runs weekdays only.

The Tysons Corner-Reston Town Center Line, Route 574, runs from the Tysons Corner Center to the Reston Town Center transit station. Stops in between those terminals in the Tysons Corner area include the Tysons-Westpark transit station; Tyco Road and Leesburg Pike; and Leesburg Pike and Beulah/Forestville Roads. The route runs seven days a week.