Capital and Service Plans
Capital Improvement Program
Metro's capital program is designed to improve the safety of our rail, bus and paratransit system for all customers and employees, improve the customer experience, and keep the region's infrastructure in a state of good repair. Read more
Capital Needs Forecast
The ten-year Capital Needs Forecast provides information about the scale and scope of Metro's unconstrained state of good repair and modernization needs and insight to support the capital planning, prioritization and programming process.
2019 Capital Needs Forecast
2016 Capital Needs Inventory and Prioritization
- Parking Improvement Projects
- Rockville Canopy Replacement Project
- Energy Action Plan
- Bladensburg Bus Garage Reconstruction Project
- Northern Bus Garage Replacement
- DC Historic Bus Terminals Rehabilitation
- Grosvenor Garage Modification
- Blue Orange Silver Capacity & Reliability Study
- Metrorail Heavy Repair and Overhaul Facility in Landover, Maryland.
- Proposed Reconstruction of Metro's Bladensburg Bus Garage
- New Hampshire Ave Chiller Site Groundwater Treatment Facility Modernization
Metro is defining and advancing a new vision for a family of bus services throughout the region including service integration, operations improvements, running way improvements, bus stop facilities, and customer information.
- Metrobus Service Guidelines
- FY2020 Annual Line Performance Report
- Zero-Emission Bus Update
- Service Evaluation Studies
Metro is committed to increasing and improving access to its Metrorail stations. This includes facilitating easy bicycle, pedestrian, and vehicular access to station areas, planning for additional entrances to rail stations, and working with local jurisdictions to encourage and enable quality development opportunities around our stations.
District of Columbia
- NoMa Pedestrian Tunnel Feasibility Study (21.3 MB)
- Farragut North and Farragut West Improvement Concepts - February 2015
- Farragut North-Farragut West Station Capacity Study - Final Report February 2015 (57.96 MB)
- Tenleytown-AU Station Access Study 2016 (77.4 MB)
- Van Dorn Street Metro Area Bike and Pedestrian Access Improvement Study - Final Report October 2015 (85.2 MB)