Workers, residents and visitors to Carlyle are fortunate the Carlyle Council offers services to make getting to your destination easier. The Carlyle Community Council (CCC) in partnership with the City’s Local Motion office can ease your commuter experience with its Transportation Management Program (TMP) to promote the use of transit, bicycling and walking in Carlyle.
Carlyle is a unique mixed-use community in Alexandria, accommodating a dense assortment of uses including high-rise residential complexes, large floor-plate office buildings, a luxury hotel, and retail establishments. Just west of Old Town, the neighborhood includes a variety of natural and urban open spaces and parks.
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Saturday Cinema Debuts in Carlyle Free Monthly Film Festival

The Carlyle Community Council, the City of Alexandria and the Alexandria Economic Development Partnership are pleased to announce the arrival of Saturday Cinema at Carlyle – an outdoor film festival kicking off in July. The free festival will take place the first...
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2017 TMP Survey

Your Input is Needed in Carlyle Carlyle’s annual commuter survey to let us know how you get to work is live online. The survey is part of Carlyle’s Transportation Management Program (TMP).  Survey respondents can choose to enter the raffle after completing the...
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Carlyle District Fast Fridays & Slowdown Sundays

Carlyle District Fast Fridays & Slowdown Sundays Starts June 23 Area Celebrates Summer With Free Outdoor Fitness Classes   June 16, 2017 - (Alexandria, VA) – The Carlyle Community Council, the City of Alexandria and the Alexandria Economic Development...
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Carlyle Shuttle Route Map

Carlyle Maps were recently updated

Updated Carlyle Community Map and Carlyle Community Shuttle Route...
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Your Input is Needed in Carlyle

Carlyle’s annual commuter survey to let us know how you get to work is live online. The survey is part of Carlyle’s Transportation Management Program (TMP).  Survey respondents can choose to enter the raffle after completing the survey for gift cards from Panera, Potbelly and Whole Foods given to randomly selected participants. Many Carlyle residents and workers take the time to complete the survey that helps Carlyle Council design its transit services to better meet the commuting needs of Carlyle residents, workers and visitors.  Your input is greatly appreciated. 

CARLYLE ROAD CONSTRUCTION

CARLYLE ROAD CONSTRUCTION ALERT

The long-awaited project to remove the jersey barriers and improve the security perimeter at the A.V. Bryan Federal Courthouse is slated to begin very soon.  This construction project will impact traffic flow.   Effective Thursday, March 23rd, Jamieson Avenue will be partially closed allowing only one-way traffic heading westbound on Jamieson by the Courthouse construction site.  Traffic from Mill Road headed eastbound for Jamieson Avenue will be diverted.  Eastbound drivers can turn on Elizabeth Lane off of Eisenhower Avenue or continue on Eisenhower Avenue to John Carlyle Street or Holland Lane.   Reportedly, this traffic plan will be in effect for the duration of the project, estimated to be completed in the early fall.

CARLYLE ROAD CONSTRUCTION

CARLYLE ROAD CONSTRUCTION ALERT

The long-awaited project to remove the jersey barriers and improve the security perimeter at the A.V. Bryan Federal Courthouse is slated to begin very soon.  This construction project will impact traffic flow.   Effective Thursday, March 23rd, Jamieson Avenue will be partially closed allowing only one-way traffic heading westbound on Jamieson by the Courthouse construction site.  Traffic from Mill Road headed eastbound for Jamieson Avenue will be diverted.  Eastbound drivers can turn on Elizabeth Lane off of Eisenhower Avenue or continue on Eisenhower Avenue to John Carlyle Street or Holland Lane.   Reportedly, this traffic plan will be in effect for the duration of the project, estimated to be completed in the early fall.

Carlyle Community Council partners with Zimride

During times when Metro track work may cause train delays and more people taking to the roads, this free and flexible option saves time and money commuting. And, it is free to join!“

Greater Carlyle Area Growth Spurt

Development in the City

Old Town Alexandria

Eisenhower Valley

Carlyle Alexandria

Old Town Alexandria

Potomac Yard

The greater Carlyle area of Alexandria is flush with new development projects.

Currently there is over 2.3 million square feet of office space in the pipeline as well as new residential totaling 1,860 units and 137,000 square feet of retail.

Alexandria’s economic development agency recently released its update of projects throughout the City that includes a map of these projects you can see here.

PDF versions of this document are available for download

 
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