Capital Improvement Program
We're investing in system safety, reliability and the region's economy through our 6-year, $12.3 billion Capital Improvement Program.
Capital Program Overview
Capital Program Investments
Capital Program Documents
Metro is transitioning to a 100% zero-emission bus fleet to improve regional air quality, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and provide customers with a quieter, comfier ride. This will require a phased approach that gets Metro to a fully zero-emission fleet of more than 1,500 buses by 2045.
Platform Improvement Project
As part of this multiyear project, we're rebuilding deteriorating platforms at 20 outdoor Metrorail stations to improve safety and accessibility along with other customer experience improvements.
The 8000-series railcars will improve on the design and features of the 7000-series cars, the most reliable in Metro’s history. The company building the railcars, Hitachi, plans to add an assembly plant in the region, which will create local jobs and return Metro’s investment to the local economy.
New MetroAccess Sedans
New sedans are being added to the MetroAccess fleet, which will provide a more fuel efficient and cost-effective option for shorter trips of one or two customers