Commuting in Caroline County to destinations outside of the county usually involves daily trips to the Fredericksburg Area, Washington Metropolitan Area and Greater Richmond Area. The closest van pools from Caroline County to points north assemble in Spotsylvania County Park and Ride. The trip from Ladysmith to Richmond takes an average of 41-46 minutes during the 37 mile trip. This results in few opportunities for ride sharing. The options for commuting to destinations north are below.
GWRideConnect is a free ride sharing service that assists commuters who are seeking daily transportation, such as vanpools, carpools and buses, from Fredericksburg, Stafford, Spotsylvania, Caroline and King George counties to employment locations in Washington, D.C., Northern Virginia, Richmond, Dahlgren and other employment sites right here in the Fredericksburg area.
Commuting to Northern Virginia and Washington, D. C. from Fredericksburg is summarized by four options. All of them help fight traveling to work using a transportation grid designed to move traffic 3 decades ago. Slug lines, van pools, commuter trains, and Interstate 95 HOT Lanes will cut down on your travel time and reduce the headaches of daily stop and go traffic. Many people relocating to the Fredericksburg area have searched for homes in Prince William County. But prices for the home they want is out of their price range. So home searches begin in Stafford County in Falmouth, 22405 (Kings Highway Route 3 East), and Fredericksburg, 22406 (Warrenton Road Route 17 North). The outer limits of the Washington, D. C. commute are in Spotsylvania County in Fredericksburg, 22407 (Plank Road Route 3 West) and Fredericksburg, 22408 (Route 2 and 17).
Fredericksburg Commuting and Transportation Options:… Continue reading
Manassas area commuters use the Manassas Line of the Virginia Railway Express to travel to Alexandria and Washington, D.C. from stations located at Manassas Airport, Manassas, and Manassas Park. Other commuter options are offered by the Potomac and Rappahannock Transportation Commission. Manassas transportation and commuting services provided by PRTC include the following:
OmniRide: This bus service is a connection for riders between Prince William County, the Pentagon, Crystal City, Washington Navy Yard, and Washington, D.C.
OnmiLink: This is a local bus service connecting neighborhoods to commercial areas and commuter lots.
OmniRide Metro Direct: This bus service provides riders with a link from Gainesville to the West Falls Church Metro Station; and Manassas to the Vienna and West Falls Church Metro Stations.
OmniRide Cross County Connector: This bus service transports riders between commuter destinations between Manassas and Woodbridge.… Continue reading
If anyone tells you the commute from Stafford County to Northern Virginia and Washington, D. C. is hassle free you should find another source for your commuting strategy. The traffic network in this region is 30 years behind current demand. Stafford County and surrounding jurisdictions have the unique distinction of having a higher priority on commuting than neighborhood schools when it comes to items of importance for the majority of home buyers. When you arrive in our region to search for a home, there is no better source for selecting the right mode of transportation than the people you will be working with at your new job assignment. The information and links on this page will help you connect to the right commuting option after workplace intelligence has made up your mind on which mode of travel you will use.
While finding homes for clients in Northern Virginia, we’ve noticed commuting and public education carry the same values for families deciding on where to move. This includes families considering home searches in Prince William County. We have collected the Prince William County commuting and transportation options to Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C. to help readers decide if Prince William County will help them navigate to and from work through daily traffic gridlock.
The subject of commuting in Northern Virginia makes most area residents feel irritated to angry. But with a smart travel plan to work you can survive the Northern Virginia transportation network which is 30 years behind current demand based on my estimates as a life long resident of this region. Some will read this and feel the arrival of Virginia I-95 HOT/HOV Lanes is the practical answer to… Continue reading
Potomac Shores public golf course opened on Monday, May 5, 2014. It is the only Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course in the Washington D. C. Metropolitan Area. The course is 7,082 yards, par 72, 18 hole course which surrounds the northern neighborhoods of Potomac Shores. The golf course also has a driving range and short game practice facility. Golf lessons for adults and juniors are available from PGA professionals. The 8,000 square feet clubhouse contains the Tidewater Grille, dining room, pro shop, banquet facilities, day lockers, and outdoor brick patios with fireplaces. The 18th hole and the clubhouse are next to the Potomac River. The address for the clubhouse is 1750 Dunnington Place Dumfries, Virginia 22026. The clubhouse is available for weddings, golf tournaments, and special events. The golf course schedules special event play for groups between 12 to 144 players.
The latest development of Leeland Station subdivision in Stafford County is underway, and homes are being delivered to purchasers. KHovnanian Homes is building over 200 homes on 1/4 acre lots. The biggest selling feature of this community is the Virginia Railway Express Leeland Road Commuter Rail Station. It is next to the Leeland Station Subdivision, and the new homes under construction in sections 5-7, and eventually section 8. Leeland Station is a community you should consider relocating if you’re next move requires commuting into Washington, D.C. and points in Northern Virginia north of Fredericksburg.
Leeland Station (sections 5-8) has six different home designs.
K. Hovnanian Homes offered at Leeland Station (updated September 14, 2015)