Since 1976, the Washington Metrorail has been serving Washington DC and its surrounding areas, including…More Alexandria. The Metro is the second busiest mass transportation network in the United States. The Braddock Road Subway Station opened in 1983. Both Blue and Yellow lines run through this station, with connections to the Metrobus and DASH. Taxis, bike parking and car sharing are available, as well as short-term metered and street parking.
Alexandria Union Station 110 Callahan Dr, Alexandria, VA22301 It's a little piece of history within Old Town: built in 1905, this station is one of the longest-standing in the area.…More Serving both Amtrak and the local VRE (Virginia Railway Express), it's referred to simply as the Alexandria Station to avoid being confused with Union Station in neighboring Washington, DC. Travelers on both rail carriers have several options to get to and from the station: the DASH and the Metrobus both provide service, as do taxis sitting in front of the building. The King Street Metro station, which is served by the blue and yellow lines, is also nearby.