Woodbridge is just off I-95, with the main drag along US-1.
There is also a Woodbridge Amtrak station, coming from Washington, D.C. at Union Station, but you'll pretty much need a taxi/car from there, as the US-1 bus routes are limited service, and this area is spread out and not pedestrian-friendly.
The Prince William Metro Direct  bus runs on weekdays from the Franconia-Springfield Blue Line Metro station.
Potomac Mills Outlets, 2700 Potomac Mills Circle (just off I-95), . M-Sa 10AM-9PM, Su 11AM-6PM. The outlet shopping a huge draw from Washington, D.C.. It is anchored by Bloomingdales, TJ Maxx, Nordstrom Rack, and JCPenney. Some of the outlet stores you won't find at other area outlets include Tommy Bahama, As Seen on TV, Nike Factory Store, and Designer Suit Factory. There's also a Bobby's Burger Palace on the way, which will be the best food by far!edit
Woodbridge is home to one of the D.C. area's only two Chicano communities, and is a great place to get some Mexican food.
Ricos Tacos Moya, 13948 US-1, ☎ +1 703 499-8602. Disproportionately Mexican clientele and only one server who really speaks English (the daughter), and some incredible food. Highlights are the tacos themselves and the menudo, which is not available every day. They also serve the rare-to-D.C. micheladas—beer with spices, salt rim, and often tabasco sauce and clam juice (clamada). They're a lot of fun.edit
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