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I-66 Half Fare Program

Save time...Save money...Save your sanity!

Look for these buses at OmniRide bus stops in the Gainesville, Haymarket and Manassas areas and ride for half-fare!

Commuting along I-66 can make you want to pull your hair out and you can expect it to get worse as construction ramps up to add the new Express Lanes. Instead, why not ride stress-free on an OmniRide Express bus directly from Gainesville or Manassas to the Pentagon, Tysons Corner Metro Station or  downtown DC? Stop fighting traffic and read, nap, catch up on emails, or play a game instead.Even better, riders will pay HALF-FARES on all OmniRide Express buses that travel along the I-66 corridor for the duration of the construction!

In Gainesville and Haymarket, buses originate at the Limestone Commuter Lot, Cushing Road Commuter Lot and the Haymarket Commuter Lot.  The Manassas route originates at the Portsmouth Commuter Lot.  The buses travel along I-66 to their destinations in northern Virginia and downtown DC.

Check the schedules below to see what trips will work best for you. Request a New Rider kit and your first round-trip is on us!

FARES

Half-fares in effect during I-66 Express Lanes construction.

With SmarTrip card

$3.45 one-way to the Pentagon and points in Washington, D.C.

$1.75 one-way to the Tysons Corner Metro Station

In Cash

$4.60 one-way to the Pentagon and points in Washington, D.C.

$2.10 one-way to the Tysons Corner Metro Station

Check Out The Schedules...

Service between Gainesville and Downtown Washington

Service between Gainesville and the Pentagon

Service between Gainesville/Linton Hall and the Tysons Corner Metro Station

Service between Manassas and the Pentagon and Downtown Washington

Service between Manassas and the Tysons Corner Metro Station

Haymarket buses connect Haymarket to the Rosslyn Ballston Corridor, via I-66

Learn more about general OmniRide policies here.  For more information, call us at (703) 730-6664 or (888) 730-6664.

Commuters seeking alternatives to driving alone may also consider OmniRide's ridesharing service that assists commuters interested in joining a carpool or vanpool. In addition, OmniRide also offers local buses and cross county buses between the Manasas and eastern Prince William areas.

OmniRide half-fares are funded by the Virginia Department of Transportation and the Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation to mitigate congestion along I-66 during hte Express Lanes construction.

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