WMATA’s MetroAccess service provides ADA complementary paratransit service to eligible riders certified as functionally unable to use regular fixed-route services. Curb-to-curb, shared-ride paratransit service is available in the same service areas and during the same hours of operation as Metrobus and Metrorail.
Specialized Transit for Arlington Residents (STAR) is Arlington County’s reserved trip service for persons with disabilities. Residents currently certified-eligible under the MetroAccess program and other Arlington residents authorized by a County agency may use STAR.
FastTran offers special transportation service for consumers of human services agency programs in Fairfax County, the City of Fairfax, and the City of Falls Church. The mid-day Dial-a-Ride program is also available for transportation to medical appointments and shopping. Participation is by application to Fairfax County.
City Wheels is a program of the City of Fairfax that provides alternative transportation within the City to the Vienna/Fairfax-GMU Metrorail station, George Mason University, and to Fair Oaks Hospital for city residents who are disabled. It is a curb-to-curb service provided through private taxicabs for a fee.
DOT of Alexandria
DOT is the City of Alexandria’s paratransit service. Participation is by application to the City of Alexandria for those who cannot use regular bus or rail service due to their disability.