Loudoun’s Reston Limo Among Biggest U.S. Transportation Fleets


Brian Tinsman
Digital Properties Manager


Reston Limousine is now the eighth largest transportation fleet in the United States, according to Luxury Coach and Transportation Magazine. This marks another step forward for the Loudoun County company, which has jumped 10 spots since 2013.

Starting out focused on limousine service with just five vehicles in 1990, Reston Limo has blossomed into a $26 million company with more than 240 sedans, SUVs, vans, buses, and yes—still a few limousines. According to Washington Business Journal numbers for October 2017, Reston Limo employs more people than any other executive transportation service in the D.C. region, hiring an additional 120 drivers since January. It is also among the largest in total revenue.

CEO Kristina Bouweiri says that she never intended to become a business mogul.

“I wanted to join the foreign service, and instead I ended up in the limousine business. I am the accidental entrepreneur,” she said. “It was the perfect job for me because it’s all about logistics and challenges. I also love the fact that it’s very international, both with clients and employees.”

Bouweiri was recently interviewed for Loudoun Economic Development’s #LoudounWorks campaign on Instagram:

“Owning this business has kept me in that world and it’s way better than the foreign service.”

In 2018 alone, Reston Limousine has received multiple awards, including the Best Travel Experience by the Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Loudoun County’s Favorite Limo Company or Car Service by LoudounNow, Loudoun Times Mirror’s Best Limo/Car Service, and the winner of the CEO Report’s 2018 Washington D.C.Velocity Growth Awards.

Ever since moving her business to Loudoun County, Bouweiri has been a familiar face in the community, launching a networking group called Sterling Women and donating more than $1 million in transportation to local charities. In August, she celebrated 10 years of Sterling Women.

“I call Loudoun home because I feel like it’s the only place I’ve ever had roots,” she said. “It’s my place of choice.”