Business with Metro
WMATA's Back2Business Fair gives you access to speak to Metro project managers from the IT, Bus, Rail, Construction, Planning, and Real Estate departments and shares upcoming business opportunities. In addition, the fair offers on-site Vendor Registration and the opportunity to begin the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise certification process. Learn More.
SmartBenefits® is a convenient Web-based program that lets employers assign the dollar value of employees' monthly commuting benefit directly to employees' SmarTrip® cards. This can be done right from your computer using our website. With SmartBenefits®, you'll immediately eliminate the need to distribute vouchers for use on Metrorail, Metrobus, most regional bus systems, and van pools.
- Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE)
- Small Business Enterprise (SBE)
- Small Business and Local Preference Program(SBLPP)
- Procurement Opportunities
- Surplus Property
- Vendor Resources
- Vendor Invoicing
Metro has a very active public/private Joint Development Program. Metro aggressively seeks partners to develop Metro-owned or controlled property.
For more information on Metro Real Estate and the Joint Development Program, please visit the Metro Real Estate page.
The Metro Office of Joint Development and Adjacent Construction (JDAC) reviews and approves joint development projects and those projects adjacent to Metrorail and Metrobus property, facilities, and operations.
The Metro Office of Station Area Planning and Asset Management (SAAM) reviews and approves: a) applications to enter upon and use Metro real estate, and b) requests to obtain Metro documents.
Learn more about WMATA's new contract and purchasing system.
Learn more about WMATA's new Automated Vendor Invoicing process.