Metrobus provides more than 400,000 trips each weekday serving 11,500 bus stops in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia. Metrobus is the sixth busiest bus agency in the United States, with a fleet of more than 1,500 buses operating on 325 routes.
Proposed Metrobus changes 2019
Thank you for your feedback. Your input will be provided to Metro’s Board of Directors for consideration before any changes are approved. Public comments are now closed. You can view the proposals here. (Puedes leer acerca de los cambios propuestas de Metrobus aquí.)
Riggs Road Evaluation Study
On behalf of the project, we thank you for participating in the study process and for providing your feedback. Details on the Riggs Road Line Study
King Street-Old Town Metro Access Improvement Project
Beginning Sunday, November 18, the City of Alexandria, in coordination with the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA), is increasing access and safety to and around the King Street-Old Town Metrorail Station.
During construction, the King Street-Old Town Metrorail Station will remain open with no impact to train service, but there will be significant changes to areas outside the station during construction.
Arlington County Bus Stop Consolidation and Accessibility Improvement Project
This project aims to improve the quality of bus stops, make them compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and increase the efficiency of bus service along the Lee Highway and Washington Boulevard Corridors.
Metrobus routes affected include: 2A, 3Y, 16Y and 38B
ART routes affected include: 42, 51, 52, 53, 54, 62 and 77
Route 79 MetroExtra Cash-Free Pilot
We're testing new ways to get riders to their destination faster. Route 79 MetroExtra was selected for the project due to its proximity to retail stores and Metrorail stations to purchase or load SmarTrip® cards, as well as alternative bus service for cash-paying riders.
Starting Sunday, June 24, 2018, you'll need to use a SmarTrip® card to pay for your fare on Route 79 MetroExtra - Georgia Avenue Limited Line.
Mount Pleasant (42, 43) and Connecticut Avenue (L1, L2) Service Evaluation Study
Metrobus is committed to maintaining high-quality transit service. To improve quality and reliability, Metro, along with the District Department of Transportation (DDOT), is evaluating bus service along the
Mount Pleasant (routes 42 and 43) and Connecticut Avenue (routes L1 and L2) lines.
Metrobus serves eleven transit centers in Maryland and Virginia.
Metrobus Service Changes
On a quarterly basis,
Metrobus service changes are implemented to selected routes in the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia, These changes may include schedule adjustments, trip eliminations and modification to bus stops.