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Introducing the RideSmart Commuter Bus!
Taking off from the Front Royal/Linden park and ride lot, the new RideSmart Commuter bus makes stops at:
- Rosslyn (N. Fort Myer Drive, SB @ Wilson Blvd.)
- Pentagon Metrorail Station (Bus Bay L7)
- Metro Center (Southbound 13th Street north of G St Intersection)
- L’Enfant Plaza (Southbound 7th Street north of C St/MD Ave Intersection)
Ride along with the comforts of Free Wifi, Charging Stations, Restrooms and Bottled Water! One way passes are just $15.00, daily passes are $25.00 and monthly pass can be purchased for $440.00. Federal employee Transit Subisdy Payments are also accepted up to $260.00, for 12 rides.
Want to ride the bus, but worried that and emergency at home will arise? We've got you covered with the Guaranteed Ride Home Program. Click Here to learn more about the program and sign up today!
Plan a perfect valley outing with maps including:
- Visitor Centers
- Fishing and Water Access
- Wineries and Brewies
- Outdoor Outfitters
- Historical Sites
- Parks and Conservation Lands
The Trails map offers a guide to the valley's hiking, equestrian, wildlife, biking and motorized trails. Click on trail features to learn more about the trek, including a full terrain analysis! Draw your favorite hike to view its terrain characteristics too!
A guide to the valley's rivers and streams, inlcuding flow rates and stream conditions, is offered through the interactive Boating and Fishing map. Discover the region's stocked and natural trout streams or plan a float by locating a Shenandoah River access point.
ShareShenandoah even offers a few trip ideas for kids and family, outdoor adventuring, romantic outings and community events. So, visit today and plan your Shenandoah Valley adventure!
Regional Planning Area Map
Serving Northern Virginia's:
Click on the RideSmart Commuter Bus to purchase your tickets!
NORTHERN SHENANDOAH VALLEY
In cooperation with other Chesapeake Bay watershed Planning District Commissions, communities and stakeholders, the NSVRC is working with the Department of Environmental Quality to further the efforts of the Cheseapeake Bay Program, in reducing the pollution entering and impairing the Chesapeake Bay.
Visit the NSVRC's Watershed Implementation Planning edcuation page at http://nsvregion.org/watershed-implementation.html.
SPOTTED LANTERNFLY INFORMATION
Believed to be native to China, the Spotted Lanternfly was first discovered in the U.S. in Berks County, Pennsylvania, in 2014.
A 2018 investigation by the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (VDACS), determined the pest had established itself in Winchester and surrounding areas of Frederick County.
Click here for more information regarding the insect and the quarantine.