Ashburn station (Washington Metro)

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WMATA Metro Logo.svg WMATA Silver.svg rapid transit station
Ashburn Metro construction 2019.jpg
Construction of the station in 2019
Coordinates39°00′17″N 77°29′27″W / 39.0046°N 77.4909°W / 39.0046; -77.4909Coordinates: 39°00′17″N 77°29′27″W / 39.0046°N 77.4909°W / 39.0046; -77.4909
Platforms1 island platform
Structure typeSurface
Parking3,300 spaces
Bicycle facilities51 racks, 5 lockers
Other information
Station codeN15
Opening2020 or 2021 (expected)[1]
Preceding station WMATA Metro Logo.svg Washington Metro Following station
From 2020 or 2021
Terminus Silver Line Loudoun Gateway

Ashburn is a planned Washington Metro station in Loudoun County, Virginia, United States, on the Silver Line. [2] It is scheduled to begin operation in 2020 or 2021,[1] and will be the western terminus of the line. The current western terminus is Wiehle–Reston East station, completed in July 2014.[2]

In April 2015, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority approved the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors' name for the stop.[3]


Ashburn station will be located in Ashburn, Virginia at the intersection of the SR-267/Dulles Greenway and SR 772. It will be the furthest station from the Washington city center, and the closest to West Virginia, being only 26.5 miles (42.6 km) by road from Keyes Gap.[2]

Station layout[edit]

Platform level
Eastbound WMATA Silver.svg (under construction) toward Largo Town Center (phase 2) (Loudoun Gateway)
Island platform, under construction
Eastbound WMATA Silver.svg (under construction) toward Largo Town Center (phase 2) (Loudoun Gateway)
M Mezzanine One-way faregates, ticket machines, station manager
G Street Level Exit/ Entrance

Station facilities[edit]

  • 2 station entrances (both sides of SR 267)
  • Pedestrian bridge crossing Dulles Greenway
  • Bus dropoff/pickup (both sides)
  • Kiss & Ride (both sides)
  • Parking for 3,300 cars (1,650 on each side)
  • 24 bicycle racks, including 11 in the parking structure, and 5 bike lockers on the north side; 27 bicycle racks on the south side


  1. ^ a b "Second Phase Of Silver Line Delayed By At Least 13 Months". April 27, 2015. Retrieved April 27, 2015.
  2. ^ a b c "Ashburn". Retrieved June 11, 2016.
  3. ^ "Loudoun Silver Line station names finalized with Metro board approval". Loudoun Times-Mirror. April 27, 2015. Retrieved April 27, 2015.