How to go Car Free to George Mason University Arlington Campus Events





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Published on Nov 20, 2014

George Mason University is Virginia’s largest public research university. Mason is recognized for its innovation and entrepreneurship, diversity, and accessibility. Some of the programs offered at the Arlington Campus include law, policy, international affairs, business, conflict analysis, and non-profit management.

In addition to its academic programs, Mason’s Arlington Campus offers a full-service conference center with experienced staff, space, equipment, and catering services. There’s over 100,000 square feet of available space, including a multi-purpose room that can be configured for different size groups, from 50 up to 500, a 300-seat theater-style auditorium, and numerous classrooms. An additional 9,000 square feet of outdoor space is available on Founders Hall Plaza. Arlington County-affiliated non-profit and civic groups can use the space at discounted rates.

Government agencies, businesses, community and non-profit organizations frequently hold events at the Arlington Campus. Mason also hosts numerous events that are free and open to the public including lectures, political debates, films, art exhibits and other community-focused programs.

Visit the George Mason University website for a calendar of upcoming events (http://www.today.gmu.edu) and to get information about booking an event (http://www.arlington.gmu.edu/eventspace).

Whether you’re planning to visit Mason’s Arlington Campus to attend an event or meet with event staff and tour the facilities, it’s easy to go car free.

George Mason University’s Arlington Campus is located in the Virginia Square neighborhood and is only a short walk from either the Virginia Square or Clarendon Metro Stations on the Orange and Silver Lines.

Most bus routes with service convenient to campus have a stop within one block of Mason.

Whether you’re coming from Shirlington, Columbia Pike or Pentagon, there is an ART bus to get you there. ART 75 stops at Virginia Square. ART 41, 42 and ART 62 eastbound all stop at 10th Street and Wilson Boulevard. ART 62 westbound stops at Washington Boulevard and 13th Street.

Metrobus 38B runs from Ballston Metro Station to Farragut Square, and stops on Washington Boulevard at Founders Way, on the northwest corner of campus.

If you’re bicycling to Mason, go to http://www.bikearlington.com ; click on ‘Maps & Rides’ and plan your trip. There are 50 miles of off-street trails that make getting there by bike incredibly easy. The Custis and WO&D trails, part of the Arlington Loop, provide easy access to campus.

A Capital Bikeshare station, bike racks, and a fix-it station are located in front of the entrance to Founders Hall on Fairfax Drive. There is another Capital Bikeshare Station only a block away at Fairfax Drive and Wilson Boulevard.

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Getting around Arlington County: http://www.commuterpage.com
Local Arlington County Bus Service -- ART: http://www.arlingtontransit.com
Virginia Railway Express: http://vre.org
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