Free CUE Bus Rides in Fairfax City Tomorrow

The Fairfax City CUE bus system will offer free rides Sept. 25 to celebrate its 25th anniversary, city officials said.

CUE began in 1980 as a joint venture between the city and George Mason University to transport students from GMU's main campus at Route 123 and Braddock Road to its north campus, which is now Paul VI High School on Fairfax Boulevard. A year later, a capital grant helped fund the system, which kept its routes until 1986 when the Vienna Metro station opened. Many routes now feed the subway station.
CUE riders take a million trips a year on the system.

By Steve Fehr |  September 24, 2005; 6:27 AM ET  | Category:  Transportation
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