Articles tagged: WMATA
After the line’s eight-month-long closure, The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) will fully reopen the Yellow Line to customers on May 7 under operational changes projected to increase the frequency of Metro service downtown.
Since Jan. 10, D.C. residents have experienced delays, cancellations, and crowding in public transportation services, spurred by Omicron.
Nearly 45 years after the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority welcomed riders aboard its first trains, plans are being discussed to bring a long-neglected neighborhood into the mix: Georgetown.
Under the program, students of participating universities receive unlimited free rides on metro buses and trains during the academic year.
Metrobar aims to serve its guests in an accessible environment where Washingtonians can engage with the District’s artistic community.
The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority temporarily closed its Blue Line trains amid reconstruction projects.
In light of decreased revenue from riders and Congressional gridlock, D.C.’s metro system may be forced into service cuts at the end of this year. Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority... Read more
I first heard the legend of the Georgetown Metro from a sullen medical student on a university transport shuttle. We were caught in traffic on our way to Dupont Station... Read more
The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) will refund metro riders whose train is delayed by 15 minutes or more during the rush hour commute in its new “Rush Hour... Read more