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Introduction to Arlington

Arlington is a county in Northern Virginia that is located just across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C. Arlington had a population of 237,521 as of the 2020 United States Census. The county is roughly 26 square miles (67 square kilometers) in size and is bounded by the cities of Alexandria and Falls Church, as well as Fairfax County. Arlington is served by the Blue, Orange, and Silver Metro lines, among others. The Rosslyn and Pentagon stations are served by the Blue Line, while the Ballston and Clarendon stations are served by the Orange and Silver lines. In addition, the Yellow Line, which runs from Huntington to Fort Totten, serves the Arlington stations Crystal City and Pentagon City. Arlington's transportation options also include a bus network and bike lanes, as well as major highways like I-66 and I-395. The county is well-known for its pedestrian-friendly urban villages, which encourage people to walk and bike as modes of transportation. Arlington's population is diverse, with people of various races, ethnicities, and nationalities living there. The county is home to many young professionals, as well as families and retirees. The county's excellent schools, parks, and amenities make it a popular family option, while its proximity to Washington, D.C. and other employment centers makes it appealing to young professionals.    

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