Capital Bikeshare Station Locations

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Capital Bikeshare is coming to Fairfax City! Residents, students, and visitors will soon have access to shared bicycles available at 13 docking stations throughout the city. You’ve probably seen Capital Bikeshare stations before – there are more than 5,000 bikes at 600+ stations throughout the D.C. metro area. In addition to the stations planned in Fairfax City, stations are proposed in Fairfax County near the Vienna Metro station and on GMU’s Fairfax campus. The shared bicycles are an affordable and fun way to get to class, Metro, work, stores, parks, and restaurants.

The city has identified feasible locations for 13 Capital Bikeshare stations and is seeking to finalize station locations and develop installation plans.

Capital Bikeshare is coming to Fairfax City! Residents, students, and visitors will soon have access to shared bicycles available at 13 docking stations throughout the city. You’ve probably seen Capital Bikeshare stations before – there are more than 5,000 bikes at 600+ stations throughout the D.C. metro area. In addition to the stations planned in Fairfax City, stations are proposed in Fairfax County near the Vienna Metro station and on GMU’s Fairfax campus. The shared bicycles are an affordable and fun way to get to class, Metro, work, stores, parks, and restaurants.

The city has identified feasible locations for 13 Capital Bikeshare stations and is seeking to finalize station locations and develop installation plans.

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Proposed Capital Bikeshare Stations

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The city identified feasible locations to install 13 Capital Bikeshare stations throughout the city. The public input map is now closed. Thank you to everyone who provided feedback. As a next step, staff will share the input and final recommendations with Fairfax City Council.

CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded.