Washington, DC


“Beginning Sunday, June 6, Metro customers who need to get to work or home late at night will have more options when Metrobus extends late-night service on dozens of bus lines throughout the District, Maryland and Virginia. Buses on 36 of Metro’s busiest routes will operate until 2 a.m., seven days a week, providing a vital link for those that depend on public transit.

The return of late-night bus service coincides with the region’s pandemic recovery as Covid-19 restrictions are lifted and the region prepares to fully reopen. In addition, Metro will add more frequent service and restore more routes as part of service improvements to more than 60 routes. The service changes will increase Metrobus service to approximately 85 percent of pre-pandemic levels.

This comes as Metro’s Board of Directors is considering additional service improvements and fare changes, as riders return to bus and rail this summer and fall.

Service Restoration and Expanded Late-Night Service

Weekday service will be restored on routes 18J, 26A, 28F and 60. Saturday and Sunday service will be restored on Route 62.

Late-night service on 37 routes throughout D.C., Maryland and Virginia will be extended to operate until 2 a.m. on weekdays, Saturdays and Sundays.

D.C.: 32, 33, 36, 38B, 52, 70, 80, 92, A6, A8, G8, H4, L2, P6, S2, U5, V2, W2, W4, X2
Maryland: A12, C4, D12, F4, J2, K6, P12, T18, Y2, Z8
Virginia: 1A, 7A, 10A, 16E, 23B, 28A, 38B”


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