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THE BASICS

  • Fares and Passes

    Metrorail fares vary by time of day and the distance between stations. Buy SmarTrip® cards online, at any Metrorail station, or at many convenient locations.

  • Transfers

    Discounts are available for rail-to-bus or bus-to-rail transfer—just use your SmarTrip® card on the bus to access the savings.

  • Pocket Guides

    Order free Metrorail, VRE and MARC riders’ guides to help plan your trip by rail.

  • Scheduled Trackwork

    The Metrorail system undergoes scheduled trackwork during off-rush hours and weekends. Stay in the know at WMATA.com.

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MAPS & TOOLS

  • MARC Brunswick Line Map PDF 279.546kb
  • MARC Camden Line Map PDF 1.29mb
  • MARC Penn Line Map PDF 1.85mb
  • Metrorail System Map PDF 3.3mb
  • VRE System Map JPG 166.889kb
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  • Actionfigure Mobile

    Available on:   iOS

    Get real-time trip planning and departure information, service alerts, and live crowding reports in the palm of your hand. Activate the app using the 5-digit code provided by your building or employer. (If you have an Actionfigure Screen in your lobby providing transportation information, you’ll find the code there.)

  • Amtrak

    Available on:   iOS Android

    Discover the convenience of traveling with Amtrak – The app provides simple and intuitive access to travel info

  • Citymapper

    Available on:   iOS Android

    The ultimate transport app that uses open data, mobile, and payment technology to make transport sustainable and hassle free.

  • Real-time Metrorail and Metrobus predictions for planning trips in DC, Maryland, or Virginia.

  • Get real-time predictions for DC Metrorail, Metrobus, Arlington Transit (ART), DC Circulator, DC Streetcar, PG County-The Bus, Fairfax CUE, and UMD Shuttle. Keep track of your favorite stations and sort them however you like!

  • Explore DC Streetcar’s 2.2-mile trolley line along H St NE. This interactive map shows real-time data.

  • An official WMATA tool, Next Arrivals shows real-time arrival information for both Metrorail and Metrobus.

  • Transit

    Available on:   iOS Android

    Transit is your real-time urban travel companion. Get accurate real-time predictions, simple trip planning, step-by-step navigation, service disruption notifications, and departure and stop reminders.

  • TripGo

    Available on:   iOS Android

    Compare and combine any transportation mode like the bus, train, taxi, metro, a personal or shared car or bike, motorcycle, or rideshare.

  • VRE Mobile

    Available on:   iOS Android

    Buy and use tickets and passes for VRE Commuter Rail.

  • VRE Rider

    Available on:   iOS

    Browse the train schedules, see where stations are located, and get fare information. You can also get alerts from VRE and Twitter, and current train locations.

  • Receive up to three itineraries for getting to your destination by bus, rail, or both. Available on WMATA’s website.

 

Plan a trip with our transit map

PLAN A TRIP

 

On January 28, 1962, the original DC streetcar made its final run. In February 2016, DDOT launched the first new streetcar line connecting the H St. NE/Benning Road Corridor to the District. Rides are always FREE.

Visit DCStreetcar.com

Rider Guide

Rider Guide

Read the rider basics on what to do before boarding and while riding DC Streetcar.

Streetcar Tracker

Streetcar Tracker

Find out when the next streetcar is due to arrive by using the system’s real-time Streetcar Tracker.

Service Schedule

Service Schedule

Streetcars run approximately every 12 minutes throughout the day.

Monday-Thursday: 6am–12am

Friday: 6am–2am

Saturday: 8am–2am

Sunday: 8am–10pm

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WMATA’s transit system is convenient, accessible, and safe for people with disabilities and senior citizens age 65 and older. Learn about accessibility features and how to qualify for reduced fares.

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