Metro service to run on Sunday schedule through Monday

Metro train and bus service on Christmas Day and the observed holiday on Monday, Dec. 26 will both follow a Sunday schedule, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority announced earlier this week.

WMATA said that MetroAccess customers will be able to travel on the holiday, but subscription trips will be canceled. They also note that on Monday, Yellow Line shuttle buses will not operate; instead, customers should use Blue Line and Blue Plus train service for travel between Virginia and D.C.



Detailed service information is included below:

Metrorail

  • Hours: 7 a.m. – midnight
  • Service: Red Line trains every 10 minutes, Blue/Orange/Silver Line trains every 15 minutes, Green Line trains every 8 minutes.
  • Fares: Sunday, regular $2 weekend fare; Monday, off-peak fares in effect all day.
  • Parking: Free at all Metro owned parking garages and lots.

Metrobus

  • Hours: Schedules vary by route.
  • Service: All buses scheduled to operate on Sundays will operate; all other routes will not operate on the holiday. Check timetables for route specific information.
  • Fares: All regular route Metrobus service is $2; and free when transferring to/from Metrorail.

MetroAccess

Metro access service will operate normal service on the holiday; however, all scheduled recurring “subscription trips” are automatically canceled. Customers may make a separate reservation to travel on the holiday online or by calling 301-562-5360 (TTY 301-588-7535).

Customer Service

Metro’s customer information call center will be closed for the holiday, reopening on Tuesday, Dec. 27. Automatic information is available seven days a week, 24-hours a day by calling (202) 637-7000 or online at wmata.com.

Dana Sukontarak

Dana Sukontarak is a Digital Writer/Editor for WTOP.com. She loves haiku poetry, short sci-fi stories and word games. She grew up in Prince George’s County, Maryland, and currently lives in Silver Spring.

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