Metrobus Ramping up Service Following Transdev Work Stoppage

Advisory Effective: 1/21/20 - 2/3/20

UPDATED: Friday, January 24, 2020

Transdev has begun restoring bus routes operating from our northern Virginia bus facility after reaching an agreement with Union leadership. Customers may not see a full return to service immediately as there are re-training elements Operators must receive before returning to service. Transdev is working to expedite this process so bus routes can be restored to full service as quickly and safely as possible. 

Here are the current service levels through Friday, January 31:

S80, and S91 will not operate

17B, 17G, 17H, 17K, 17L, 17M, 18G, 18H, 18J, 18P, 29C, 29G, 29K, 29N, 29W and REX will operate regular service

Routes that have not resumed regular, weekday service may not be trackable in busETA.

All other Virginia bus routes are operating as planned. Expect crowded conditions on some routes that serve as alternates to the routes listed above that are not operating.

Any changes to service will immediately be communicated through wmata.comMetroAlerts (our email/text alert system), and on Twitter.

Alternate Travel Options:

S80, S91 (TAGS)

  • Fairfax Connector 231/232 to Metro Park (Walker Dr)
  • Fairfax Connector 310 from Old Keene Mill Rd and the Rolling Valley Park and Ride
  • Fairfax Connector 321, 322, 401/402 for service to Springfield Town Center and Loisdale Court (near Springfield Hilton)

Additional Options

  • Slug lines are available to various points. Visit and to identify additional locations click here.

Partner Metrobus

Fairfax Connector
Virginia Railway Express (Metrorail)

Trip Planning at may not reflect the routes that are not operating. For Customer Service assistance, call 202.637.7000, tweet us on Twitter, send us Facebook message, or chat with us here.