Thousands of Prince George’s County residents utilize public transportation to get to and from work, shops, medical clinics, and tourist destinations. The County provides residents with various accessibility services that are very affordable and super easy to access. The Metrobus serves approximately 13,000 bus stops in Maryland, District of Columbia, and Virginia, providing over 400,000 trips each day, excluding weekends. There is also the MetroAccess, a shared-ride transit service for individuals with disabilities that prevent them from utilizing TheBus.
The Metrobus will be adding yet another new service, increasing the total of routes 326, beginning on Sunday, October 23, 2016. The new regional bus route will not only provide Prince George’s County residents with a bus connection between Ole-Town Alexandria, National Harbor, and Fairfax County, but it will also serve the residents of Northern Virginia. The new service will be known as National Harbor-Northern Virginia Metrobus line (NH-2). NH-2 will serve the Huntington MetroRail Station in Fairfax County and MetroRail Station in Alexandria, as well as travel non-stop to the National Harbor area via the Capital Beltway.
The new bus stop will connect residents and tourists to the restaurants, hotels, and shops along the waterfront. NH-2 will operate 7 days a weeks from 6am to 1am. If you would like more about the National Harbor-Alexandria Line, click on the icon below.
Metrobus fare for regular routes, if paying cash of utilizing the SmarTrip card, is $1.75 and express routes are $4.00. Individuals with disabilities and senior citizens receive reduced rates of 85 cents and $2.00.
600 5th Street
Washington, DC 20001
General information – (202) 637-7000
Monday thru Friday 6am – 8:30pm
Saturday and Sunday 7am – 8:30pm