Major service change proposed for Route 4A

September 9th, 2013

Earlier this year Metro completed a comprehensive service evaluation study of Routes 4A, 4B, 4E, 4H.  Metro is proposing to implement one of the changes recommended in this study.  Currently, Route 4A runs from Culmore to the Rosslyn Metrorail station. Under the proposed service change, the Culmore to Seven Corners segment of this route would be eliminated and replaced by a new Route 26A.  The proposed 26A would serve Northern Virginia Community College (Annandale campus), Annandale, Culmore, Seven Corners Transit Center, and East Falls Church Metrorail station.

The maps below illustrates the changes proposed. Please review and let us know what you think.  We will also be presenting these options at our upcoming public hearings.


Map showing proposed change of 4A route. Click image for larger version.


Map showing proposed 26A route. Click image for larger version.


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  1. Dotto West
    September 13th, 2013 at 12:45 | #1

    I don’t like the change — the “new” 4A is the current 4H. Transfering is not smooth at Seven Corners. Buses leave early so then you stuck waiting for the next bus to come which is usually late. Why don’t you go Culmore to Rosslyn without stopping at 7 Corners. The buses could take a right on Patrick Henry. You have both 4B and 4H to cover 7 Corners.

  2. Simon
    September 17th, 2013 at 13:57 | #2

    This would be a huge boon to the residents of Culmore trying to access County services in Annandale. Great idea!

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