List of Metrobus routes (Washington, D.C.)

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Passengers board the 5A express bus at Rosslyn, headed for Dulles International Airport.
WMATA Orion V 9652 at Greenbelt station in Prince George's County, Maryland, headed for New Carrollton.

This is a list of bus routes operated by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA), branded as Metrobus. Many are the descendants of streetcar lines operated by the Capital Transit Company or its predecessors.

Numbering[edit]

Bus routes operating in or through Virginia are noted with a number preceding a letter. Bus routes operating in DC or Maryland use only a number, or a letter preceding a number, as noted below.

Odd-numbered routes are typically part-time variants of even-numbered routes. At one time, odd numbered routes were express routes, but that distinction has been abandoned. Most D.C. and Maryland routes are grouped by their first digit. When this system was laid out in 1936, the following clustering was used:

Streetcars

Buses

  • A West Anacostia,
  • B Bladensburg Road, Annapolis Road, Bowie
  • C Maryland
  • D Northwest, Suitland
  • E Northwest, Northeast, Crosstown
  • F Brookland, East-West Highway
  • G Northwest, Brookland
  • H Columbia Road
  • J Silver Spring
  • K New Hampshire Avenue
  • L Connecticut Avenue
  • M Pennsylvania Avenue, Congress Heights, Northwest
  • N Massachusetts Avenue
  • P Anacostia, North Capitol Street
  • Q Veirs Mill Road, Maryland
  • R Prince George's County
  • S 16th Street NW
  • T Maryland
  • U Minnesota Avenue Line
  • V Minnesota Avenue, Capitol Heights, Suitland, Oxon Hill
  • W Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue
  • X H St. Northeast
  • Y Georgia Avenue, Maryland
  • Z US 29, Maryland

Current routes[edit]

Virginia lines[edit]

Route Name Fare Type Terminals Major streets Notes History
1A, 1B, 1E, 1Z Wilson Boulevard Line Local
  • 1E, 1Z: Weekday peak hour service only
  • 1Z bypasses Seven Corners Shopping Center
  • Formerly known as the Wilson Boulevard-Fairfax Line
  • 1C was split from the line and renamed the Dunn Loring-Fair Oaks Line; the eastern half became the 1A route.
1C Fair Oaks-Fairfax Boulevard Line Local
  • Fair Oaks Mall
  • McConnell Public Safety and Transportation Operations Center
  • Arlington Boulevard
  • Fairfax Boulevard
  • 1C:runs to McConnell Public Safety and Transportation Operations Center weekdays only
  • Originally part of the Wilson Boulevard Line
  • Eastern half was replaced by the 1A.
  • 1C extended to McConnell Public Safety and Transportation Operations Center on December 29, 2013.
2A Washington Blvd.-Dunn Loring Line Local
  • Washington Boulevard
  • 2A used to serve Tysons Corner Shopping Center until replaced by 2T north of Dunn Loring station in the late 1990s.
  • 2A replaced the 2B, 2C & 2G between Ballston and Dunn Loring stations and became a single route (2A) with daily service on December 29, 2013.
2B Fair Oaks-Jermantown Road Line Local
  • McConnell Public Safety and Transportation Operations Center
  • Fair Oaks Mall
  • Jermantown Road
  • Lee Hwy
  • 2B runs to McConnell Public Safety and Transportation Operations Center Weekdays only.
  • 2B & 2G between Dunn Loring station and Fair Oaks Mall became a single route (2B) with Monday-Saturday service and was extended to McConnell Public Safety and Transportation Operations Center on December 29, 2013.
2T Tysons Corner-Dunn Loring Line Local
  • 2T was created to replace the portion of the 2A north of Dunn Loring station in the late 1990s
  • 2T will continue to serve Tysons Corner Center until the Silver Line opens in Spring 2014.
3A Lee Highway-Falls Church Local
  • Annandale Road
  • 3B service between East Falls Church and West Falls Church was replaced by an extended Route 3T December 29, 2013.
3T Pimmit Hills Line Local
  • 3T was created to replace the portion of the 3B west of West Falls Church Station in the late 1990s.
  • 3T was extended to McLean Station & to East Falls Church Station December 29, 2013.
3Y Lee Highway-Farragut Square Line Local
  • Harrison St. and Lee Highway
  • Weekday peak hour service only (AM to McPherson Square, PM to Harrison & Lee)
4A, 4B Pershing Drive-Arlington Boulevard Line Local
  • 4A replaced 4H & 4B replaced the 4E
  • 4A service between Culmore and Seven Corners was be replaced by the new 26A on December 29, 2013.
5A D.C.-Dulles Line Express
  • Airport Express: $6 Fare
  • A prior "incarnation" of the 5A was once known as the Reston North Line.
7A, 7F, 7Y Lincolnia-North Fairlington Line Local
  • 7A Lincolnia (Lincolnia Rd & Breckenridge Pl)
  • 7Y Southern Towers Apartments (Stratford Bldg.)
  • 7F Lincolnia (Lincolnia Rd & Quantrell Ave.)
  • Shirley Highway
  • VA Route 110 (7Y)
  • Constitution Ave. NW (7Y)
  • 7Y:
    • Weekday peak hour service only (AM to Pentagon/Federal Triangle
    • PM to Southern Towers)
  • 7Y introduced in December 2010 to replace the western portion of the 13A/13B loop, it is basically an extension of the 7E.
  • 7E was replaced by the 7Y on June 30, 2013
7B, 7C, 7D, 7H, 7P, 7W, 7X Lincolnia-Park Center-Pentagon Line Local
  • 7B NVCC (Alexandria Campus)
  • 7D Southern Towers Apartments (Stratford Bldg.)
  • 7C, 7P Park Center (2701 Park Center Drive)
  • 7H,7W Lincolnia (Lincolnia Rd & Quantrell Av)
  • 7X Lincolnia (Southland Av & Wingate St)
  • Shirley Highway
  • Weekday peak hour service only (AM to Pentagon, PM to Lincolnia/Southern Towers/Park Center)
  • Formerly part of the Lincolnia-North Fairlington Line until December 2010
  • 7B endpoint changes from Southern Towers to Northern Virginia Community College-Alexandria on March 30, 2014.
7M Mark Center-Pentagon Line Local
  • Mark Center
  • Shirley Highway
  • Weekday service between 5 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. only
  • This route is free for those with valid government I.D.
  • Began service on August 8, 2011 in anticipation of the relocation of military personnel associated with the BRAC realignment.
8S, 8W, 8Z Foxchase-Seminary Valley Line Local
  • 8S Quaker Lane (& Radford Street)
  • 8W Mark Center
  • 8Z Quaker Lane (& Osage Street)
  • Weekday peak hour service only (AM to Pentagon, PM to Quaker Lane/Mark Center)
  • 8W extended to Mark Center from Foxchase in 2011
  • 8X was replaced by the 8W on June 30, 2013
9A Huntington-Potomac Yard-Pentagon Line Local
  • Formerly known as the Richmond Highway Line along with the former 9B (which became Hunting Towers-Potomac Yard-Crystal City Line until June 26, 2005), 9C & 9D until 2004
  • 9A served Fort Belvior & the Lorton VRE Station until 2004, being replaced by the REX (to Fort Belvior) & Fairfax Connector 171 (to Lorton VRE Station)
  • 9E originally terminated in Del Ray until extended to Braddock Road station in 2004
  • 9E Discontinued on March 30, 2014 & replaced by 10S.
9S Crystal City-Potomac Yard Shuttle Local
  • Clark Street
  • Crystal Drive
  • Jefferson Davis Highway
  • 9S was created in 2006 to replace ART Route 90
10A, 10E, 10R, 10S Hunting Towers-Pentagon Line Local
  • Mount Vernon Avenue
  • 10E: Weekday peak hour service only (AM to Pentagon, PM to Braddock Road).
  • 10R: Weekday peak hour service only (AM to Rosslyn, PM Hunting Towers).
  • 10S: Weekday peak hour service only (AM to Rosslyn, PM to Braddock Road).
  • 10E originally terminated in Del Ray until extended to Braddock Road station in the early 2000s.
  • 10R & 10S introduced in March 30, 2014 & 10S replaced the 9E.
10B Hunting Towers-Ballston Line Local
  • Hunting Towers
  • Mount Vernon Avenue
  • Glebe Road
  • Formerly known as the Alexandria-Arlington-Pentagon Line, along with 10A, the former 10C (which later became the Alexandria-Arlington Line) & 10E.
11Y Mount Vernon Express Line Express
  • Weekday peak hour service only (AM to Potomac Park, PM to Mount Vernon)
  • 11Y terminated at Farragut Square until extended to Potomac Park in 2009.
13Y Arlington-Union Station Line Local
  • Weekend early AM service only
  • Began service on March 30 2014
  • 13Y replaced the 13F & 13G on March 30, 2014.
15K, 15L Chain Bridge Road Line Local
  • Chain Bridge Road
  • Dolly Madison Blvd
  • 15K: Monday-Friday service only
  • 15L: Weekday peak hour service to Rosslyn station only
  • 15K & 15L used to serve George Mason University until their route south of Tysons Corner Shopping Center was replaced by the "reincarnated" 15M in 2009.
  • 15K & 15L western terminal changed from Tysons Corner Center to East Falls Church Station December 29, 2013.
15M George Mason University-Tysons Corner Line Local
  • Chain Bridge Road
  • 15M was part of the Chain Bridge Road Line (with 15K & 15L) operating between George Mason University & Farragut Square until it was discontinued in the late 1990s.
  • 15M will continue to serve Tysons Corner Center until the Silver Line opens in Spring 2014
16A, 16B, 16D, 16E, 16J, 16P Columbia Pike Line Local
  • 16A, 16B, 16D, 16E Annandale (Patriot & Americana Drives)
  • 16B, 16E, 16J, 16P Culmore (Glen Carlyn & Vista Drives)
  • 16A, 16D: Monday-Friday service only
  • 16B: Terminates in Annandale weekends only, replacing 16A & 16D
  • 16E: late night service only via Pentagon City station (trips leaving Pentagon station at 11:30 pm Mon-Fri & 10:00 pm Sundays terminate in Annandale)
  • 16P: Sunday service only.
16G, 16H, 16K Columbia Heights West-Pentagon City Line Local
  • 16G, 16K Columbia Heights West (Dinwiddie St & Columbia Pike)
  • 16H Skyline City (3817 S George Mason Dr)
  • Columbia Pike
  • 16K: Weekend AM hours only
  • 16H: Weekday peak hour service only (AM to Crystal City, PM to Skyline City)
  • 16H originally terminated at Pentagon City station until it was extended to Crystal City station in 2005; absorbed the 16W's route & extended to Skyline City from Bailey's Crossroads in December 2010
  • 16G was part of the Columbia Pike Line until 2003.
16L Annandale-Skyline City-Pentagon Line Local
  • Annandale (Little River Turnpike & John Marr Drive)
  • Weekday peak hour limited stop service only (AM to Pentagon, PM to Annandale).
  • Originally part of the Columbia Pike Line until 1987, when it became the Columbia Pike Express Line.
  • Changed to the Annandale-Skyline City-Pentagon Line in 2003.
16X Columbia Pike-Federal Triangle Metro Extra Line Limited Stop
  • Culmore (Glen Carlyn & Vista Drives)
  • Federal Triangle (11th & E Streets, NW)
  • Columbia Pike
  • 14th Street Bridge
  • Independence Av SW
  • Peak hour limited stop service only
    • AM: Inbound service between Culmore and Federal Triangle, outbound service between Federal Triangle and Pentagon **PM: Inbound service between Pentagon and Federal Triangle, outbound service between Federal Triangle and Culmore.)
  • formerly part of the Columbia Pike Line until December 2010
  • route extended to Federal Triangle in December 2010 to replace the eastern portion of the 13A/13B loop.
  • In December 30, 2012 the 16F was renamed 16X
16Y Columbia Pike-Farragut Square Metro Extra Line Limited Stop
  • Barcroft (Four Mile Run Dr & Columbia Pike)
  • Weekday peak hour service only (AM to McPherson Square, PM to Barcroft)
17A, 17B, 17F, 17M Kings Park Line Express
  • 17A: Weekday peak hour service only (replaced by Fairfax Connector 306 during the middays)
  • 17B, 17F, 17M: Weekday peak hour service only (AM to Pentagon, PM to Kings Park West/North Springfield)
17G, 17H, 17K, 17L Kings Park Express Line Express
  • Weekday peak hour service only (AM to Pentagon, PM to George Mason University/Kings Park West)
18E,18F Springfield Line Express
  • Weekday peak hour service only (AM to Pentagon, PM to Springfield)
18G, 18H, 18J Orange Hunt Line Express (18G, 18H)
Local (18J)
  • 18G, 18J Rolling Valley Mall
  • 18H Orange Hunt (Huntsman Blvd & Cork County Court)
  • Weekday peak hour service only (AM to Pentagon, PM to Rolling Valley Mall/Orange Hunt)
18P Burke Centre Express Line Express
  • Weekday peak hour service only (AM to Pentagon, PM to Burke Centre)
  • 18P was known as the Orange Hunt-Burke Centre Line (along with the 18R) until the early 2000s.
18R, 18S Burke Centre Line Local
  • 18R Burke (Coffer Woods Dr & Blincoe Ct)
  • 18S Burke Centre (Oak Leather Dr & Oakenshaw Ct)
  • Old Keene Mill Road
  • Weekday peak hour service only (AM to Franconia-Springfield, PM to Burke/Burke Centre)
  • 18R was known as the Orange Hunt-Burke Centre Line (along with the 18P) until the early 2000s
21A, 21D Landmark-Pentagon Line Local
  • Landmark (S. Reynolds Street & Duke Street)
  • Weekday peak hour service only.
  • Once called the Landmark Express Line (along with 21B & 21C) until the early 2000s.
22A Barcroft-South Fairlington Line Local
  • No Sunday service
23A, 23B, 23T McLean-Crystal City Line Local
  • 23B, 23T: Weekday peak hour service only
  • 23B & 23T were introduced in March 30, 2014.
  • 23C was discontinued on March 30, 2014.
23W Westpark Shuttle Line Local
  • Tysons-Westpark Transit Center
  • Tysons Corner Center
  • Park Run Dr
  • 23W is a temporary route between Tyson-Westpark Transit Center & Tyson Corner Center.
24T McLean Hamlet-East Falls Church Line Local
  • Tysons-Westpark Transit Center
  • Westmoreland Street
  • Weekday peak hour service only
25A, 25C, 25D, 25E Ballston-Bradlee-Pentagon Line Local
  • 25C, 25D: Weekday peak hout service only
  • Once called the Bradlee-Pentagon Line (along with 25B) until 2007.
  • 25E introduced in December 2011, unlike the 25A, it serves the Parkfairfax neighborhood and bypasses Shirlington Station.
25B Landmark-Ballston Line Local
  • Carlin Springs Road and Van Dorn Street
  • No Sunday service
  • 25B was once a part of the Ballston-Bradlee-Pentagon Line until 2007
26A Annandale-East Falls Church Line Local
  • Monday-Friday service only
  • 26A was an East Falls Church Line that operated until 2009, "reincarnated" as the Annandale-East Falls Church Line December 29 2013.
28A, 28X Leesburg Pike Line Local (28A)
Limited Stop (28X)
  • 28X: Weekday peak hour service only (bi-directional)
  • 28X: Limited stop service
  • First known as the Leesburg Pike Line, was known as the Alexandria-Tysons Corner Line until 2010
  • Upon changes in late 2010, 28B was discontinued and the 28A portion between Southern Towers and King Street Station became a limited-stop portion, the local stops have been replaced by DASH
  • Southern 28X terminal was originally at Bailey's Crossroads, then extended to Mark Center in early 2012
  • 28A, 28X will continue to serve Tysons Corner Center until the Silver Line opens in Spring 2014.
28F, 28G Skyline City Line Local
  • Weekday peak hour service only
28T Tysons Corner-West Falls Church Line Local
  • Tysons-Westpark Transit Center
  • Weekday peak hour service only
29C, 29E, 29G, 29H, 29X Annandale Line Local (29C)
Express (29E, 29G, 29H, 29X)
  • 29C, 29E, 29X NVCC-Annandale
  • 29G Annandale (Americana & Heritage Drives)
  • 29H Annandale (Heritage Dr & Donneybrook Court)
  • 29C: Weekday peak hour service only
  • 29E, 29G, 29H, 29X: Weekday peak hour service only (AM to Pentagon, PM to Annandale/NVCC)
29K, 29N Alexandria-Fairfax Line Local
  • 29K, 29N operates limited-stop service along Duke Street within the city of Alexandria.
  • 29N service operates daily and was extended from Fairfax Circle to Vienna Station.
  • 29K, 29N discontinued service between Royal & Pendleton Streets and King Street Station December 29, 2013.
38B Ballston-Farragut Square Line Local
REX Richmond Highway Express Limited Stop
  • Richmond Highway
  • Some peak hour & weekend trips end in Woodlawn
  • Limited stop service only
  • For local stop service, use Fairfax Connector 171.
  • The REX covers the section of the 9A route that served Fort Belvior until 2004.
S80, S91 (TAGS) Springfield Circulator Local
  • Frontier Drive
  • Buses are more identified by their TAGS identification instead of their route numbers.
  • Portions of the S80 replaced the former S81 & S82 in the mid-2000s.
W99 West Ox Road Shuttle Local
  • McConnell Public Safety & Transportation Operations Center
  • I-66
  • West Ox Road

Washington, D.C. lines[edit]

Route Name Fare Type Terminals Major streets Notes History
31 Wisconsin Avenue Line Local
  • Wisconsin Avenue NW
32, 36 Pennsylvania Avenue Line Local
  • Wisconsin Avenue NW
  • Pennsylvania Avenue SE/NW
  • Branch Avenue SE (36)
  • Alabama Avenue SE (32)
34 Naylor Rd Line Local
  • Archives (10th St & Pennsylvania Av NW)
  • Pennsylvania Avenue SE
  • Independence Avenue SE/SW
  • Naylor Road SE
37 Wisconsin Avenue Metro Extra Line Limited Stop
  • Wisconsin Avenue NW
  • Massachusetts Avenue NW
  • Pennsylvania Avenue NW
  • Weekday peak hour service only (AM to Archives, PM to Friendship Heights)
  • Limited Stops Only
  • A prior "incarnation" of the 37 was once known as the Wisconsin Avenue Express Line, running from Tenleytown-AU station to Archives until the early 1990s
39 Pennsylvania Avenue Metro Extra Line Limited Stop
  • Pennsylvania Avenue SE/NW
  • Weekday peak hour service only
  • AM to Potomac Park, PM to Naylor Road
  • Limited Stops Only
42, 43 Mount Pleasant Line Local
  • 42 Mount Pleasant Street NW, Columbia Road NW, Connecticut Avenue NW, H/I Streets NW
  • 43 Mount Pleasant Street NW, Columbia Road NW, Connecticut Avenue NW
  • 42 serves Dupont Circle station
    • some peak hour trips terminate at Farragut Square
  • 43: weekday peak hour service only
    • Travels underneath Dupont Circle via the Connecticut Avenue underpass)
See Mount Pleasant Line
52, 53, 54 14th Street Line Local
  • 14th Street NW
  • Pennsylvania Avenue NW (54)
  • Independence Avenue SW (52)
  • 52 and 54: daily
  • 53: Monday-Saturday only
  • 52 & 54 originally terminated at Navy Yard until the mid-1990s, when the 52 was truncated to L'Enfant Plaza station & 54 to Federal Triangle. 54 was later extended to L'Enfant Plaza station.
  • The 53 was introduced several years after the former route 50 was discontinued, operating at first to Bureau Of Engraving before being shortened to Federal Triangle and now to Franklin Square.
  • Also see 14th Street Line
62, 63 Takoma-Petworth Line Local
  • 5th Street NW, Kansas Avenue NW, Sherman Avenue NW (63)
  • 13th Street NW (63)
  • 63: weekday peak & early weekend AM hours only
  • 63 operates through the portion of the 62 that operated to Federal Triangle until Georgia Avenue – Petworth station opened in 1999; it also replaces the 68, which operated from Georgia Avenue – Petworth station to Federal Triangle from 2001–2009
60, 64 Fort Totten-Petworth Line Local
  • Rock Creek Church Rd NW (60)
  • Upshur Street NW (60)
  • New Hampshire Avenue NW (64)
  • 11th Street NW (64)
  • 60: Monday-Friday service only
  • 64 was replaced by the 66 south of Georgia Avenue – Petworth station when it opened in 1999; it replaced the 66 in 2009
  • 64 also runs on the old 11th Street Streetcar Line.
70 Georgia Avenue-7th Street Line Local
  • Georgia Avenue NW
  • 7th Street NW
  • See Seventh Street Line
  • Starting September 23, 2011, 71 service was discontinued, and the 70 was shortened to Archives. For service to Southwest Waterfront, see route directly below this one.
74 Convention Center-Southwest Waterfront Line Local
  • 7th Street NW/SW
  • Serves Buzzard Point during rush hour only
  • Introduced September 24, 2011 as a replacement of DC Circulator's discontinued Convention Center-Southwest Waterfront route, and to also serve the southern portion of the 70 and 71 routes.
79 Georgia Avenue Metro Extra Line Limited Stop
  • Georgia Avenue NW, 7th Street NW (to Silver Spring), 9th Street NW (to Archives)
  • 79 is a "reincarnation" of the old 73 (Brightwood Express Line) that was discontinued roughly a decade before the 79's introduction in 2006.
  • Saturday service began on March 24, 2013.
  • Sunday service began on December 29, 2013.
80 North Capitol Street Line Local
  • 12th Street NE
  • Michigan Avenue NE
  • North Capitol Street
  • H Street NW
  • K Street NW
  • 80 operates on the old North Capitol Street Streetcar Line, which operated from Washington Circle to Brookland until 1958
  • It operated to Potomac Park until it replaced the portion of the old Route 81 south of Pennsylvania Avenue NW to Kennedy Center after it was discontinued in the mid-1990s
90, 92, 93 U Street-Garfield Line Local*
  • Calvert Street NW
  • U Street NW, Florida Avenue NW/NE
  • 8th Street NE
  • Good Hope Road SE (92)
  • Stanton Road SE (93)
  • 93: operates when Metrorail is not open, replacing the 90 & 94
  • Fare: $1 (90 only, south of the 11th Street Bridge, unless transferring to another bus)
94 Stanton Road Line Local*
  • Stanton Road SE
  • replaced by 93 (U Street-Garfield Line) when not in operation
  • Fare: $1 (unless transferring to another bus)
  • 94 used to operate to Duke Ellington Bridge (as part of the U Street-Garfield Line) until Anacostia station opened in 1991; replaced by the 90 north of Anacostia since then.
96, 97 East Capitol Street-Cardozo Line Local
  • East Capitol Street
  • New Jersey Avenue NW (96)
  • U Street NW (96)
  • 29th Street NW (96)
  • 96 operates between Stadium-Armory and Tenleytown-AU stations when the 97 operates during the weekday peak hours only
  • 97 skips DC General Health Campus.
  • Formerly known as the New Jersey Avenue Line
  • 96 & 97 replaced the old Routes 40 & 44 east of Union Station in the mid-1990s.
  • 96 extended from Duke Ellington Bridge to McLean Gardens in the mid-2000s, replacing the northwestern portion of the 90, 92, and 93.
  • 96 was extended to Tenleytown-AU station December 30, 2012.
A2, A6, A7, A8, A42, A46, A48 Anacostia-Congress Heights Line Local*
  • Southern Avenue station (A2, A42)
  • Livingston Rd & 3rd Street SE (A6, A8, A46, A48)
  • Southern Avenue & South Capitol Street, SE (A7)
  • Martin Luther King Avenue SE, Mississippi Av SE (A2, A42)
  • Wheeler Road SE (A6, A7, A46)
  • South Capitol Street (A8, A48)
  • A7: weekday peak hour service only (AM to Anacostia, PM to Livingston Road)
  • A42, A46 and A48 operate when Metrorail is closed, replacing A2, A6, A8 (respectively) and P2*Fare: $1 (unless transferring to another bus; A42, A46, A48: south of 11th Street Bridge)
  • Formerly known as the Anacostia Line (along with A4 & A5) until 1991
  • A7 operated to L'Enfant Plaza station until Anacostia opened in 1991
  • A42, A46 and A48 replaced the old portions of the A2, A6 and A8 north of Anacostia station to Archives when Anacostia opened
A4, W5 Anacostia-Fort Drum Line Local*
  • D.C. Village (North Parking Lot)
  • Martin Luther King Avenue SE
  • South Capitol Street
  • W5: weekday peak hour service only (AM to DC Village, PM to Anacostia via the Blue Plains Facility)
  • Fare: $1 (unless transferring to another bus)
  • A4, W5 runs to St. Elizabeth's Gate 4 (Coast Guard HQ) to D.C. Village (North Parking Lot)Weekdays Only.
  • A4 and A5 operated to Archives station (as part of the Anacostia Line) until Anacostia opened in 1991
  • The route north of Anacostia is now served by P6
  • The A5 covered the A4 route but excluded Fort Drum. It was discontinued on March 24, 2013, replaced by the W5 which runs on South Capitol Street (SB) and DC-295 (NB).
A9 Martin Luther King Jr Ave MetroExtra Line Limited Stop
  • Livingston Road & 3rd Street, SE
  • Martin Luther King Jr Ave
  • A9: weekday MetroExtra Peak Hour service only (AM to McPherson Square, PM to Livingston Road)
  • Limited Stops Only
  • A9 is now a MetroExtra Bus service as of March 24, 2013.
B2 Bladensburg Road-Anacostia Line Local*
  • Bladensburg Road NE
  • 14th Street NE (to Anacostia)
  • 15th Street NE (to Mount Rainier)
  • Minnesota Avenue SE
  • Some trips terminate at Bladensburg Road & V Street NE
  • some PM peak hour trips start at Potomac Avenue station on school days only
  • Fare: $1 (south of the 11th Street Bridge unless transferring to another bus)
  • B2 used to operate to 16th & W Streets, SE in Anacostia until Anacostia station opened in 1991
  • B2 then covered the portion of the old B4 & B5 routes to Barry Farms after the station opened
B8, B9 Fort Lincoln Shuttle Line Local
  • Bladensburg Road (B9)
  • Franklin Street NE
  • Rhode Island Avenue NE
  • B8: Monday-Friday service only, except middays
  • B9: Monday-Friday midday service only
D1 Glover Park-Federal Triangle Line Local
  • Q Street NW
  • K Street NW
  • 13th Street NW
  • weekday peak hour service only (AM to Federal Triangle, PM to Glover Park)
  • D1 operated to Union Station/Ivy City until redirected to Federal Triangle in 2010
D2 Glover Park-Dupont Circle Line Local
  • Q Street NW
  • D2 operated to Stadium-Armory station (as part of the Glover Park-Trinidad Line) until replaced by the D6 east of Dupont Circle in the mid-1990s
D3 Ivy City-Dupont Circle Line Local
  • Ivy City (New York Avenue & Fenwick Street NE)
  • Q Street NW (to Reservoir Road)
  • K Street NW/NE
  • E Street NW
  • D3 operates weekday peak hours only (AM to Reservoir Road, PM to Ivy City)
D4 Ivy City-Franklin Square Line Local
  • Ivy City (New York Avenue & Fenwick Street NE)
  • K Street NW/NE
  • D4 at first operated to Sibley Hospital (as part of the Glover Park-Trinidad Line) until replaced by D6 in the mid-1990s
  • It then operated to Union Station (as the Ivy City-Union Station Line) until 2010, when it was extended to Franklin Square
D5 MacArthur Boulevard-Georgetown Line Local
  • MacArthur Boulevard NW
  • M Street NW
  • Pennsylvania Avenue NW
  • Operates weekday peak hours only (AM to Farragut Square, PM to Little Flower Church).
  • Formerly known as the MacArthur Boulevard-M Street Line (with the former D9, which was discontinued in the mid-1990s)
D6 Sibley Hospital-Stadium Armory Line Local
  • MacArthur Boulevard NW
  • Q Street NW
  • K Street NW
  • E Street NW
  • C Street NE (to Stadium-Armory)
  • D Street NE (to Sibley Hospital)
D8
Hospital Center Line Local
  • Franklin Street NE
  • Brentwood Road NE
  • Mount Olivet Rd NE
  • K Street NE
  • D8 operated to Sibley Hospital (as part of the Glover Park-Trinidad Line) until replaced by the D6 (west of Union Station) in the mid-1990s
E2, E3, E4 Military Road-Crosstown Line Local Friendship Heights station
  • Military Road
  • Kennedy Street
  • South Dakota Avenue (E2, E3)
  • 18th Street NE (E2, E3)
  • (E4 Weekday service only)
  • (E3 Weekend service only)
  • E2 terminates at Fort Totten station when E3 is in operation (weekends only)
  • E3 also serves Riggs Park (it is a combination of the E2 and E4)
E6 Chevy Chase Line Local
  • Knollwood (Knollwood Retirement Home)
  • Western Avenue
  • McKinley Street NW
  • Monday-Friday service only
G2 P Street-LeDroit Park Line Local
  • P Street NW
G8 Rhode Island Avenue Line Local
  • Monroe Street NE
  • Rhode Island Avenue NW/NE
  • 9th Street NW (to Farragut Square)
  • 11th Street NW (to Avondale)
  • H Street NW
  • Some trips operate from Brookland-CUA station to Avondale during weekday PM peak hours
H1 Brookland-Potomac Park Line Local
  • Michigan Avenue NW/NE
  • Columbia Road NW
  • 23rd Street NW
  • weekday peak hour service only (AM to Potomac Park, PM to Brookland)
  • H1 was discontinued in the mid-1990s until it was "reincarnated" in 2006
H2, H3, H4 Crosstown Line Local
  • Wisconsin Avenue
  • Porter Street NW
  • Van Ness/Veazey Street NW (H2)
  • Connecticut Avenue (H2)
  • Columbia Road NW/Irving Street NW
  • Michigan Avenue NW/NE
  • H3: weekday peak hour service only
  • H3: Skips Washington Hospital Center
  • H2 & H4 operated to Fort Lincoln (east of Brookland station) until replaced by H6 in the late 1990s. They also operated to Westmoreland Circle & Western Avenue NW (west of Tenleytown station) until replaced by the N8 in the late 1990s. H3's route west of Porter Street & Connecticut Avenue NW was served by H2 until it was rerouted to serve and terminate at Van Ness Station in the early 2000s. H2 was later rerouted back to its Tenleytown terminus, replacing the N8 route east of Tenleytown and rerouting the H3 to serve exactly the same route as the H4 with the exception of Washington Hospital Center.
H6
  • Brookland-Fort Lincoln Line
Local
  • Franklin Street NE
  • 14th Street NE
  • H6 covers the route covered by the H2 & H4 between Brookland station & Fort Lincoln until the late 1990s
H8, H9
  • Park Road-Brookland Line
Local
  • Irving Street NW (H8)
  • Rock Creek Church Road NW (H8)
  • 10th Street NE
  • 12th Street NE
  • H9 only operates when Carroll High School is open
  • Some H8 trips operate from Rock Creek Church Rd & Upshur Street NW to Columbia Heights station during the PM peak hours when public schools are open
K2 Takoma-Fort Totten Line Local
  • North Capitol Street
  • Kansas Avenue NE
  • Eastern Avenue
  • Weekday peak hour service only
L1, L2 Connecticut Avenue Line Local
  • Chevy Chase Circle
  • Connecticut Avenue NW
  • Calvert Street NW (L2)
  • 18th Street NW (L2)
  • 23rd Street NW (L1)
  • K Street NW (L2)
  • L1 weekday peak hour service only (AM to Potomac Park, PM to Chevy Chase Circle)
M4 Nebraska Avenue Line Local
  • Nebraska Avenue NW
  • Monday-Friday service only.
M6 Fairfax Village Line Local
  • Pennsylvania Avenue SE
  • Alabama Avenue SE
  • Southern Avenue
  • Formerly known as the W6 until the early/mid-1990s
N2, N3, N4, N6 Massachusetts Avenue Line Local
  • Western Avenue (N3, N4, N6)
  • Wisconsin Avenue (N2)
  • Massachusetts Avenue
  • New Mexico Avenue NW (N2, N6)
  • Connecticut Avenue NW
  • N3: weekday peak hour service only (N3: AM to Federal Triangle, PM to Friendship Heights)
  • N2 & N4: Monday-Friday service only.
  • N6 is a combination of the N2 and N4, operates post PM rush hour weekdays and all day on weekends.
  • N3 was part of the Massachusetts Av-Federal Triangle Line (along with the former N1) until 1996, when N1 was eliminated & N3 merged with the N2, N4 & N6.
  • N4 used to terminate at Westmoreland Circle until the late 1990s.
P6 Anacostia-Eckington Line Local*
  • 11th Street Bridge

New York Avenue NW (P6), 4th Street NE (P6)

  • Early AM/Late PM P6 terminate at Archives.
    • Fare: $1 (south of the 11th Street Bridge, unless transferring to another bus)
  • P4, P5 & P6 were created to replace the A routes in 1991 when Anacostia station opened, with P5 & P6 additionally replacing the B6 between Metro Center & Rhode Island Avenue stations. P4 & P5 later merged with the P6, giving it the current route.
S1 16th Street-Potomac Park Line Local
  • 16th Street & Colorado Avenue NW
  • 16th Street NW
  • 18th Street NW (to 16th & Colorado)
  • 19th Street NW (to Potomac Park)
  • Weekday peak hour service only (AM to Potomac Park, PM to 16th & Colorado)
S2, S4 16th Street Line Local
  • Alaska Avenue NW (S2)
  • 16th Street NW
  • Some S2 trips originate at 14th Street & Missouri Avenue NW going to Federal Triangle (peak hour only).
  • Some northbound S2 trips terminate at 16th Street and Colorado Avenue NW (peak hour only).
  • Silver Spring terminus is located on Wayne Avenue until completion of the Paul S. Sarbanes Transit Center.
  • All S4 weekday non-rush trips were truncated to Franklin Square (I & 13th Streets NW) on June 17, 2012. All S4 trips on the weekends through 7pm were also truncated to Franklin Square on December 30, 2012.
S9 16th Street MetroExtra Line Limited Stop
  • 16th Street NW
  • Weekday peak hour service only.
  • S9 was introduced in 2009, replacing the former S3 & S5 lines that were discontinued in the late 1990s.
U2 Minnesota Avenue-Anacostia Line Local*
  • Minnesota Avenue NE/SE
  • Monday-Saturday service only.
    • Fare: $1 (south of Good Hope Road & Minnesota Av SE, unless transferring to another bus)
  • Saturday service began in late 2011
U4 Sheriff Road-River Terrace Line Local
  • Sheriff Road NE
  • Minnesota Avenue NE
  • Benning Road NE
  • order of terminals (north to south): River Terrace to Minnesota Avenue then Minnesota Avenue to Sheriff Road NE, then reverse.
  • Formerly known as the M16 (Metro "Mini-Bus")
U5, U6 Mayfair-Marshall Heights Line Local
  • Minnesota Avenue NE/SE
  • Texas Avenue SE
  • U6: order of terminals: Marshall Heights to Minnesota Avenue then Minnesota Avenue to Mayfair, then reverse.
  • Runs on a portion of the old M16 (Metro "Mini-Bus")
U8 Capitol Heights-Benning Heights Line Local
  • Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue NE
  • Benning Road NE/SE
  • order of terminals (east to west): Capitol Heights to Minnesota Avenue then Minnesota Avenue to Benning Heights, then reverse.
  • U8 was created to replace the former X2, X4 & X6 routes east of Minnesota Avenue station in the late 1990s (X2 to Capitol Heights station, X4 then X6 to Benning Heights)
V5 Fairfax Village-L'Enfant Plaza Line Local
  • Alabama Avenue SE
  • Good Hope Road SE
  • SW/SE Freeway
  • Weekday peak hour service only (AM to L'Enfant Plaza, PM to Fairfax Village)
V7, V8, V9 Minnesota Avenue-M Street Line Local
  • Minnesota Avenue NE/SE
  • M Street SE/SW
  • 7th Street SW/NW (V8)
  • V8: weekend service only
  • V9: weekday peak hour service only (AM to Navy Yard - Ballpark Station, PM to Benning Heights)
  • Late night V7 trips from Deanwood end at Navy Yard – Ballpark station.
  • V7 was created to replace the combination of the former V4 & V6 routes in the late 1990s. The V6 carried over to operate alongside V7, V8 & V9 at their inception, but was eventually phased out within 5 years after the Half & O Streets SW portion of the route (also served by the 70) was eliminated in favor of 70's increased frequency in the area.
  • On March 30, 2014 the V9 operates between Navy Yard - Ballpark Station & Benning Heights.
W1 Shipley Terrace-Fort Drum Line Local
  • Fort Drum
  • Alabama Avenue SE
  • Martin Luther King Jr Avenue
  • W1: Monday-Friday service only.
  • Started service March 30 2014
W2, W3 United Medical Center-Anacostia Line Local

United Medical Center

  • Southern Avenue
  • Alabama Avenue SE
  • Morris Road SE
  • Martin Luther King Avenue SE
  • W3: Monday-Friday service only.
    • Fare: $1 (unless transferring to another bus)

(Portions of the W2 & W3 operate on the old M18 & M20 (Metro "Mini-Bus") routes

W4 Deanwood-Alabama Avenue Line Local*
  • Kenilworth Avenue
  • Division Avenue NE
  • Benning Road SE
  • Alabama Avenue SE & South Capitol Street
  • Some school day trips terminate at Martin Luther King & Malcolm X Avenues SE
    • Fare: $1 (south of Congress Heights station unless transferring to another bus)
  • W4's original routing to Bolling Air Force Base was extended to Anacostia station in the early 2000s.
  • W4 no longer operates between Capital Plaza and Deanwood Station as of March 24, 2013, when a portion of that route was discontinued. As a result, the W4 was truncated and now operates between Deanwood Station and Anacostia Station.
  • The W5 now serves the former W4 stops at the Bolling AFB gates.
W6, W8 Garfield-Anacostia Loop Line Local*

Garfield (Robinson Pl & Jasper Rd SE)

  • Good Hope Road SE
  • Alabama Avenue SE
  • Stanton Road SE
  • W6: Clockwise loop
  • W8: Counterclockwise loop
    • Fare: $1 (unless transferring to another bus)
  • Portions of the W6 & W8 operate on the old M18 & M20 (The "Metro-Mini" buses) routes
W9 L'Enfant Plaza-Coast Guard Metro Extra Line Limited Stop
  • Livingston Road & 3rd Street, SE
  • South Capitol St SW
  • 7th St SW
  • M St SW
  • Weekday Peak Hour Service Only
  • Limited-Stop Service
  • W9 was formerly the W9 Defense Facilities Shuttle Line until September 24 2006 and the brought back to service on August 5,2013 & on September 29, 2013 the route was extended from the Coast Guard HQ to Livingston.
X1, X3 Benning Road Line Local
  • Benning Road NE
  • H Street NE (X1)
  • Florida Avenue NE/NW (X3)
  • Constitution Avenue NW (X1)
  • Calvert Street NW (X3)
  • X1 & X3: weekday peak hour service only (AM to Foggy Bottom - GWU/McLean Gardens, PM to Minnesota Avenue).
  • X3 was discontinued for several years before it was brought back to service in 2004.
  • X3 was extended to Tenleytown-AU station on December 30, 2012.
X2 Benning Road-H Street Line Local
  • Benning Road NE
  • H Street NE/NW
  • Some PM peak hour trips originate from Ballou High School going to Minnesota Avenue station when the school is open.
  • The X2 originally operated to Capitol Heights station until the mid-1990s when the route east of Minnesota Avenue station (along with the X4 & X6 route south of the station) were replaced by the U8.
X8 Maryland Avenue Line Local
  • Maryland Avenue NE
X9 Benning Road-H Street Metro Extra Line Limited Stop
  • Metro Center (12th Street & New York Avenue, NW)
  • Nannie Helen Borroughs Avenue NE
  • Benning Road NE
  • H Street NE/NW
  • Peak hour limited stop service only (AM to Metro Center, PM to Capitol Heights)
  • Formerly known as the East Capitol Street Express line that was discontinued in the late 1980s; reincarnated as the Benning Road-H Street Express Line in December 2010

Maryland lines[edit]

Route Name Fare Type Terminals Major streets Notes History
81, 82, 83, 83x, 86 College Park Line Local
  • 83 operates Monday-Saturday via College Park – UMD station
    81 operates Sundays only via Greenbelt station
  • 83x operates the thrid Monday in June through the second Friday of August each yeat
  • Formerly known as the Rhode Island Avenue-Maryland Line (along with the 84 & the former 85)
  • 81 & 83 operate on portions of the old 82 Maryland Streetcar Line, which ran from West Potomac Park to Branchville until replaced by buses in 1958; they currently operate on the old route served by the 82 until 1993. 86 operates on portions of the old 84 & G6 Maryland Streetcar Line, which ran from Branchville to Beltsville until replaced by buses between 1949 & 1958
  • 81 was a part of the North Capitol Street Line until shifting over to the College Park Line
84 Rhode Island Avenue-New Carrollton Line Local
  • Boarding only from Rhode Island Av-Brentwood station to Mount Rainier Terminal, Monday-Friday PM Peak Hours.*
    early Monday-Friday AM trips originate at Mount Rainier Terminal.
  • 84 operates through a portion of the old B4 streetcar which operated from Branchville to New Carrollton, G6 to Calverton and B6 to Cheverly until they were replaced by buses between 1949 & 1958. They were eventually renumbered 84, 86, and 88; 88 is now part of the F8 route
  • The PM peak hour "boarding only" trips were designated the 85 until the mid/late-2000s when the route was discontinued.
87 Laurel Express Line Express
  • Laurel (Baltimore Av & Main St, AM Start; Cypress St & Laurel Lakes Av, PM End)
  • Weekday peak hour service only (AM to Greenbelte/New Carrollton, PM to Laurel)
89, 89M Laurel Line Local
  • Laurel (Cherry Lane & 4th Street (AM); Middletown Apts (PM))
  • 89: weekday peak hour service only
  • 89M: Monday-Friday midday service only.
A11, A12 Martin Luther King Jr Highway Line Local
  • Capital Plaza
  • Landover Road
  • Barlowe Road
  • Martin Luther King Highway
  • Addison Road, Central Avenue (A12)
  • Alabama Avenue SE (A11)
  • Pennsylvania Avenue SE (A11)
  • A11: 1 southbound Saturday early AM trip only
  • A12: terminates at Capitol Heights station Sundays only.
  • A11 and A12 used to serve to the Former Landover Mall until March 30 2014
B21, B22 Bowie State University Line Local
  • Mondays-Friday service only
B24, B25 Bowie-Belair Line Local
  • Annapolis Road
  • Monday-Friday service only
B27 Bowie-New Carrollton Line Local
  • Lanham-Severn Road
  • Weekday peak hour service only
B29, B31 Crofton-New Carrollton Line Local
  • Crofton Country Club or 1501 Crain Highway (B29)
  • Bowie Town Center (B31)
  • Weekday peak hour service only
B30 BWI Airport-Greenbelt Express Line Express*
  • Baltimore-Washington Parkway
  • Interstate 195
  • Airport Express: $6 Fare
C2, C4 Greenbelt-Twinbrook Line Local
  • University Boulevard
  • Greenbelt Road (C2)
  • Campus Drive at University of Maryland (C2)
  • East-West Highway (C4)
  • C2: Monday-Saturday only (no Sunday service)
  • C4: 7 days a week
  • Some early morning and late night C2 trips are extended from Twinbrook station or to Randolph Road & Parklawn Drive
  • C2 extended to Greenbelt Center after Greenbelt station opened in December 1993; route was truncated to Greenbelt station December 2010
  • C4 extended to Prince Georges Plaza station from Langley Park after PG Plaza station opened in December 1993
C8 College Park-White Flint Line Local
  • Randolph Road
  • New Hampshire Avenue
  • Monday-Saturday only (no Sunday service)
  • added service to FDA/Federal Research Center (weekdays only) and Archives II (Mon-Sat) on June 18, 2012
C11, C13 Clinton Line Local
  • Weekday peak hour service only
  • C11: AM to Clinton, PM to Branch Avenue
  • C13: AM to Branch Avenue, PM to Clinton
C12, C14 Hillcrest Heights Line Local
  • C12: weekday peak hour service only (AM to Naylor Road, PM to Branch Avenue)
C21, C22, C26, C29 Central Avenue Line Local
  • Central Avenue
  • C21, C22, C26: Monday-Friday service only
  • C29: weekend service only.
  • C26 served the Addison Road station until Largo Town Center station opened in 2004
C27 Central Avenue Line Supplemental Service Local
  • Pointer Ridge (Hall Road & Central Ave)
  • Central Avenue
  • C27 operates Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend
  • C27 is a Supplemental Service which operates Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend
C28 Pointer Ridge Line Local
  • Pointer Ridge (Hall Road & Pointer Ridge Dr)
  • Weekday peak hour service only
  • C28 replaced by C29 (Central Avenue Line) from Addison Road station during the weekends.
D12, D13, D14 Oxon Hill-Suitland Line Local
  • D13: weekday peak hour service only
  • D12 used to serve Federal Center SW station (as the Eastover-Marlow Heights Line with the former S12) until Southern Avenue station opened in 2001
  • D13 & D14 serve the route formerly served by W11 & W12 before the Branch Avenue extension opened in 2001.
F1, F2 Chillum Road Line Local
  • Chillum Road
  • Eastern Avenue (F1)
  • 34th Street (F2)
  • Landover Road
  • F1: Monday-Friday service only
  • F2: Operates weekends and post PM peak hour only)
  • F1 repalaced the old F3 in the mid-1990s
F4 New Carrollton-Silver Spring Line Local
  • East-West Highway
  • Philadelphia Avenue, Riverdale Road
  • Queensbury Road (F4)
F4 used to run near the MARC Station in Riverdale until 2009, when two F4 buses crashed on the railroad crossing near the Riverdale MARC station. It was permanently rerouted in the summer of that year (2009) to East West Highway and back to Queensbury Road.
F6 New Carrollton-Fort Totten Line Local
  • College Park-U of Md Station
  • University of Maryland
  • Prince George’s Plaza station
  • West Hyattsville station
  • Sargent Road
  • Weekday Service Only
  • F6 no longer serves Silver Spring Station as of June 17, 2012
  • Replaced service from R3 between Fort Totten Station and Prince Georges Plaza Station
F8 Langley Park-Cheverly Line Local
  • University Boulevard
  • Adelphi Road
  • Baltimore Avenue
  • Landover Road
  • F8 operates on portions of the old B6 streetcar line and the old 88 WMATA line
F12
  • Ardwick Industrial Park Shuttle Line
Local
  • Pennsy Drive
  • Landover Road
  • Martin Luther King Highway
  • Monday-Friday service only
F13 Cheverly-Washington Business Park Line Local
  • Washington Business Park (Forbes Blvd & Senate Drive)
  • Annapolis Road
  • Columbia Park Rd
  • Monday-Friday service only
  • Service terminates at New Carrollton station (West Side) at the end of its service day
F14
  • Sheriff Road-Capitol Heights Line
Local
  • Sherriff Road
  • Martin Luther King Highway
  • Southern Avenue
  • No Sunday service
  • Formerly known as the Sherriff Road Line
  • F14 used to terminate at Bradbury Heights (Southern Av & Pear Street) until Naylor Road opened in 2001
G12, G13, G14, G16 Greenbelt-New Carrollton Line Local
  • Greenbelt Road
  • Cipriano Road (G13, G14, G16)
  • Hanover/Princess Garden Parkway (G12)
  • Annapolis Road
  • Formerly known as the Greenbelt Line as routes T16 & T17
  • G12 replaces the portions of the C2 & R12 east of Greenbelt to/from Greenbelt Center/New Carrollton
    G13, G14 & G16 replaces the T16 & T17 in its entirety
H11, H12, H13 Marlow Heights-Temple Hills Line Local
  • H11: weekday peak hour service only (via Dallas Place, Raleigh Road loop)
  • H13: peak hour service & 1 late night trip only; skips Marlow Heights Shopping Center
  • H11, H12 & the old H14 used to serve Potomac Avenue station until Naylor Road opened in 2001
  • H13 replaced the H14 after Naylor Road opened
J1, J2, J3 Bethesda-Silver Spring Line Local
  • Old Georgetown Road (J2, J3)
  • East-West Highway
  • Jones Bridge Road (J1)
  • Rockledge Drive (J3)
  • J1 used to go all the way to Montgomery Mall until it was truncated to Medical Center station December 2010, serving Rockledge Drive along with the J3
J4 College Park-Bethesda MetroExtra Line Limited Stop
  • East-West Highway
  • University Boulevard
  • Monday-Friday peak hour service only
  • J4 became a MetroExtra route on June 17, 2012
J5 Twinbrook-Silver Spring Line Local
J7, J9 I-270 Express Line Express
  • Weekday peak hour service only
  • J7: AM to Lakeforest, PM to Bethesda
  • J9: AM to Bethesda, PM to Lakeforest
  • J7 skips Old Georgetown Rd and Gaithersburg Park & Ride
  • J7 was named J8 until 2004, when it was changed from express to local.
J11, J12, J13 Marlboro Pike Line Local
  • Marlboro Pike
  • Larchmont Drive (J11, J12)
  • Pennsylvania Avenue SE (J13)
  • J11: weekday peak hour service only (AM to Addison Road, PM to Forestville)
  • J13: one westbound trip early saturday morning only
K6 New Hampshire Avenue-Maryland Line Local
  • New Hampshire Avenue
  • K6 operated south of Fort Totten to Metro Center when Metrorail was not open until Metro started operating earlier in the early 1990s.
K9 New Hampshire Avenue Line-Maryland Limited Line Limited Stop
  • Food & Drug Administration/Federal Research Center
  • New Hampshire Avenue
  • Weekday peak hour service only
  • Limited-Stop Service
  • K9 started service on December 31, 2012
  • K9 no longer serves Northwest Park Apartments & was extended to Food & Drug Administration/Federal Research Center on December 29, 2013.
K11, K12, K13 Forestville Line Local
  • Allentown Road (K12)
  • Silver Hill Road
  • Pennsylvania Avenue SE (K11)
  • K11 only has one round trip Sunday morning and one southbound trip Saturday morning
L8 Connecticut Avenue-Maryland Line Local
  • Connecticut Avenue
  • L8 operates as a Ride-On bus during the weekends.
NH1,NH3 National Harbor Line Local
  • NH3 service operates early mornings and late nights between National Harbor and Southern Avenue station.
  • NH1 used to serve Southern Avenue station until rerouted to Branch Avenue station in 2008.
  • NH3 was introduced December 29, 2013.
P12 Eastover-Addison Road Line Local
  • Eastover Shopping Center
  • Silver Hill Road, Iverson Street
P17, P18, P19 Oxon Hill-Fort Washington Line Express (P17, P19)
Local (P18)
  • P17 & P19: Weekday peak hour service only (AM to Farragut Square, PM to Fort Washington).
  • P18: Monday-Friday midday service only.
Q1, Q2, Q4, Q5, Q6 Veirs Mill Road Line Local
  • Rockville Pike (Q1, Q2, Q5, Q6)
  • Veirs Mill Road
  • Georgia Avenue (Q1, Q2, Q4)
  • Q1, Q4, Q5 and Q6 were introduced in 2010.
  • Q1 had a prior "incarnation" as a Veirs Mill Road Line, operating between Rockville & Silver Spring stations as a peak hour only bus until the mid-1990s.
  • Q4 had a prior "incarnation" as the Randolph Road Line until the late 1990s.
R1, R2 Riggs Road Line Local
  • R1 Adelphi (Riggs Rd & Edwards Way)
  • R2 Calverton (Plum Orchard & Broadbirch Drives)
  • Riggs Road
  • East-West Highway (R2)
  • R1
    • weekday peak hour service only (AM to Fort Totten, PM to Adelphi/Calverton)
  • R2 7 Days a week (Fort Totten, Calverton via 23rd Avenue)
  • R2 was originally the Queens Chapel Road Line until the Green Line's extension to Greenbelt opened in 1993, having the R2 (alongside the R1) replace the R8 & R9.
  • R2 no longer serves Prince Georges Plaza station as of June 17, 2012.
R3 Greenbelt-Prince Georges Plaza Line Local
  • Greenbelt Road
  • Adelphi Road
  • Weekday peak-hour service only
  • Formerly known as the Sargent Road Line.
  • The 23rd Avenue portion of the R3 through Lewisdale (now served by the rerouted R2) was originally served by the R6 until Prince George's Plaza station was opened in 1993.
  • R3 discontinued all midday, evening and weekend non-rush service on June 17, 2012, when the rerouted F6 took over the R3's discontinued Prince Georges Plaza-Fort Totten portion of the route.
R4 Queens Chapel Road Line Local
  • Highview (6900 Highvew Terrace)
  • Queens Chapel Road, Michigan Avenue NE
  • R4 is a combination of the former R2, R4, R6 & R7 routes between Brookland station & West Hyattsville, replacing the R7 in its entirety between West Hyattsville & Highview after the Greenbelt extension opened in 1993.
  • The former R6 route was replaced by a combination of the F6, R3 and R4.
R11, R12 Kenilworth Avenue Line Local
  • Kenilworth Avenue
  • Edmonston Road
  • R11 Weekday Early AM service only
  • R12 via Beltway Plaza
  • No Sunday service
  • R11: was once the Greenbelt-New Carrollton Express Line that operated until the mid-1990s, "reincarnated" as the Kenilworth Avenue Line in December 2010.
  • R12: formerly the Kenilworth Avenue-New Carrollton Line until December 2010, route east of Greenbelt station replaced by G12
T2 River Road Line Local
  • Falls Road
  • River Road
  • T2 operates as a Ride-On bus during the weekends.
T18 Annapolis Road Line Local
  • Annapolis Road
  • Bladensburg Road
  • Rhode Island Avenue NE
V12 District Heights-Suitland Line Local
  • Addison Road
V14, V15 District Heights-Seat Pleasant Line Local
  • Penn Mar Shopping Center
  • Walker Mill Road
  • Central Avenue
  • Addison Road
  • V14: Monday-Friday service only.
  • V15: Weekend service only.
W13, W14 Bock Road Line Express (W13)
Local (W14)
  • W13: Weekday peak hour service only (AM to Farragut Square, PM to Friendly/Fort Washington Forest)
  • W14: Monday-Friday midday service only.
W15 Camp Springs-Indian Head Highway Line Local
  • Weekday peak hour service only (AM to Southern Avenue, PM to Camp Springs)
  • Formerly the Indian Head Highway Line until 2004; Served Federal Center SW station (with W11, W12 & W17) until Southern Avenue station opened in 2001.
  • W15 & W17 continued to operate from Southern Avenue station until the W17 was eliminated in 2004.
W19 Indian Head Express Line Express
  • Weekday peak hour service only (AM to Southern Avenue, PM to Indian Head)
Y5, Y7, Y8, Y9 Georgia Avenue-Maryland Line Local
  • Georgia Avenue
  • The Silver Spring terminus is located on Wayne Avenue until the completion of the Paul S. Sarbanes Transit Center.
  • Y5 Mainly runs on Sunday and a few AM service going to Silver Spring
  • Y7 Runs late night service on Saturday and few AM Service going to Silver Spring
  • Y5 & Y8: via Leisure World
  • Y5 & Y7: via Georgia Ave - ICC Park & Ride
Z2 Colesville-Ashton Line Local
  • Olney (Spartan Rd & Georgia Ave)
  • New Hampshire Avenue
  • Colesville Road
  • Z2 was named the Colesville Road Line until 2004.
  • The Saturday Z2 service, which operated as a Ride On route since September 1993, was eliminated January 12, 2013 due to very low ridership.
Z6 Calverton-Westfarm Line Local
  • Old Columbia Pike
  • Briggs Chaney Road
  • Calverton Blvd
  • Colesville Road
Z8 Fairland Line Local
  • Greencastle Park & Ride Lot
  • Castle Blvd
  • Old Columbia Pike
  • Colesville Road
Z9, Z29 Laurel-Burtonsville Express Line Local
  • South Laurel Park & Ride Lot
  • Cherry Lane
  • Sandy Spring Road
  • Old Columbia Pike (Z9)
  • Columbia Pike (Z29)
  • Colesville Road
  • Z9 & Z29: weekday peak hour service only (AM to Silver Spring, PM to South Laurel Park & Ride)
  • The Silver Spring terminus is located on Wayne Avenue until the completion of the Paul S. Sarbanes Transit Center.
Z11, Z13 Greencastle-Briggs Chaney Express Line Local
  • Greencastle Park & Ride Lot
  • Weekday peak hour service only
  • Z11: AM to Greencastle, PM to Silver Spring
  • Z13: AM to Silver Spring, PM to Greencastle
  • Z13 skips Castle Blvd and Briggs Chaney Park & Ride
  • The Silver Spring terminus is located on Wayne Avenue until the completion of the Paul S. Sarbanes Transit Center.

School routes[edit]

These routes connect schools to Washington Metro stations or other local points. They are primarily intended for students, but are open to anyone, and stop at all stops along their routes.[1]

Former routes[edit]

Route Name Terminals Major streets Notes and History
1D
Wilson Boulevard-Fairfax Line Dunn Loring (WMATA station) Ballston Discontinued June 24, 2007[2]
1F Wilson Boulevard Line Ballston Seven Corner Transit Center Wilson Boulevard Discontinued December 29, 2013, replaced by 1A.
2W
Vienna-Oakton Line Oakton Vienna (WMATA station) Chain Bridge Road Discontinued June 28, 2009.[3] Transferred to Fairfax Connector.[4]
2C,2G Washington Boulevard Line Ballston Tysons Corner (2C)

Fair Oaks Mall (2G)

Washington Boulevard Discontinued December 29, 2013, replaced by 2A, 2B & Fairfax Connector routes 401 & 402
3B Lee Highway-Falls Church Discontinued December 29 2013, replace by extended 3T
3Z
Westpark-West Falls Church Line[5][6]
4C
Culmore-Ballston Line[7]
4E,4H Pershing Drive-Arlington Boulevard Line Rosslyn (WMATA station) Arlington Forest (4E)

Seven Corner Transit Center (4H)

Pershing Drive

Arlington Boulevard

Discontinued December 29, 2013, replaced by 4A & 4B.
4S
Pershing Drive-Arlington Boulevard Line Annandale Rosslyn (WMATA station) Sleepy Hollow Road and Arlington Boulevard Cut back to Seven Corners on September 24, 2006 and renamed as Route 4H trips[8]
5B
D.C.-Tysons Corner Line Tysons Corner Discontinued on September 24, 2006[9]
An earlier different line also numbered 5B was called Reston North Line[10]
5C
5D
Discontinued in 1996[11]
5E
5F
Franklin Farm, Reston West Falls Church (WMATA station)
5G
5H
5J
5N
Reston-Crystal City Line[10]
5P
5S
Herndon-West Falls Church Line[7]
5W
5Y
5Z
6A
Bradlee-South Fairlington Line[7]
7E Lincolnia-North Fairlington Line Discontinued June 30 2013, replaced by 7Y
8X Foxchase-Seminary Valley Line Pentagon station Quaker Lane (& Osage Street) Shirley Highway Discontinued June 30, 2013, replaced by 8W
9B
Hunting Towers-Potomac Yard-Crystal City Line Named Route 11P Hunting Towers-Potomac Yard-Crystal City Line until September 26, 2004;[12] named Richmond Highway Line (along with Route 9A and Route 9E) until June 26, 2005;[13][14] discontinued on June 25, 2006[15]
Once called the Mount Vernon Line, along with Routes 11H and 11X;[5] later the Alexandria-National Airport Line[6]
9C, 9D
9E Huntington-Potomac Yard-Pentagon Line Braddock Road station Rosslyn station Jefferson Davis Highway Discontinued March 30, 2014 replaced 10S.
10D
10P
Mount Vernon Avenue-Potomac Yard-Crystal City Line Discontinued June 25, 2006[15]
11H; 11T
Mount Vernon Line National Airport Mount Vernon Discontinued in 1991[16]
11P
Hunting Towers-Potomac Yard-Crystal City Line Discontinued September 26, 2004, See Route 9B
11X
12A; 12E; 12F; 12G
Centreville South Line Centreville Vienna (WMATA station) Interstate 66 Discontinued June 28, 2009.[3] Transferred to Fairfax Connector.[4]
12C; 12D
Centreville North Line
12L; 12M
Little Rocky Run-Vienna Line
12R; 12S
Stringfellow Road-Vienna Line
13C
National Airport-Pentagon-Washington Line[5]
13A 13B Discontinued in 2010
13F,13G National Airport-Pentagon-Washington Line Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport station Federal Triangle station *State Route 110
  • Arlington Memorial Bridge
  • Constitution Avenue NW
  • Independence Avenue SW
  • 14th Street Bridge
Discontinued on March 30, 2014 replaced 13Y.
13M
Pentagon-Rosslyn Line Line Pentagon (WMATA station) Rosslyn (WMATA station)
14A; 14B; 14C; 14D
Montgomery-Tysons Beltway Express American Legion Bridge Discontinued on December 27, 2003[17]
16C
Columbia Pike Line Discontinued on September 7, 2003[18]
16F Columbia Pike-Federal Triangle Line Renamed 16X on December 30, 2012
16S; 16U;
Shirlington-Pentagon Line Discontinued on September 7, 2003[18]
16W
18A, 18B
19L
Lorton Express Line[5]
20A
Fair Lakes Vienna (WMATA station) Interstate 66 Transferred to Fairfax Connector at some point; renumbered 621 in June 2001[19]
20E
Fairfax City Express Fairfax Discontinued in 1986, when Vienna station opened and Fairfax's CUE Bus system was extended to it[20]
20F; 20W; 20X; 20Y
Chantilly-Greenbriar Line Chantilly Vienna (WMATA station) Lee Jackson Highway and Interstate 66 Discontinued June 28, 2009.[3] Transferred to Fairfax Connector.[4]
20G
Fair Lakes Vienna (WMATA station) Interstate 66 Transferred to Fairfax Connector at some point; renumbered 623 in June 2001[19]
20P
Penderbrook-Fairridge Line[10] Fair Lakes Vienna (WMATA station) Interstate 66 Transferred to Fairfax Connector at some point; renumbered 622 in June 2001[19]
21B; 21C; 21D; 21F
Landmark-Pentagon Line Lincolnia Pentagon (WMATA station) Shirley Highway Routes 21C and 21F discontinued June 28, 2009.[3] Routes 21A, 21B, and 21B truncated to single Route 21A. Once called the Landmark Express Line[6]
22B
Pentagon-Army-Navy Drive-Shirley Park Line Shirley Park Pentagon (WMATA station) Army-Navy Drive Discontinued June 28, 2009.[3] Replaced by ART Route 87.
22C; 22F
Walker Chapel-Pentagon Line Discontinued on December 29, 2003[21]
23C McLean-Crystal City Line Langley CIA Headquarters Crystal City station Old Dominion Drive, Glebe Road Discontinued on March 30, 2014.
23X
Great Falls West Falls Church (WMATA station) Discontinued in 1991[16]
24M
Ballston-Pentagon Line Truncated and renamed as Route 24P trips on December 28, 2003[22]
24P
Ballston-Pentagon Line Ballston-MU (WMATA station) Pentagon (WMATA station) Wilson Boulevard and Washington Boulevard Discontinued September 28, 2009. Replaced by ART Route 42.[23] (ART 42 launched September 30, 2006 with the takeover of Saturday Metrobus 24P service.)[8]
25F; 25G; 25J; 25P; 25R
Ballston-Bradlee-Pentagon Line Simplified and restructured as Route 25A, 25C, and 25D trips on December 30, 2007[24]
26E East Falls Church Line
(GEORGE)
Falls Church East Falls Church (WMATA station) Broad Street 26E service transferred to Arlington Transit on July 6 2009 [3](ART).
26W
West Falls Church Line
(GEORGE)
Falls Church West Falls Church (WMATA station) Broad Street 26W service transferred to ART on July 6, 2009.[3]
26G; 26H
Burke Centre-Dunn Loring Line[7] Discontinued in 1996[11]
27Y; 27Z
Saratoga Line[5]
28B Leesburg Pike Line Discontinued in 2010
30 Wisconsin Avenue Line
35 Pennsylvania Avenue Line
50
66
68
71
Georgia Avenue-7th Street Line Silver Spring (WMATA station) Buzzard Point Georgia Avenue and 7th Street Discontinued September 23, 2011. Replaced by Route 74, which also took over the southern portion of Route 70.
73 Brightwood Express Line
85
88 Laurel Express Line Laurel (Baltimore Av & Main St, AM Start; Cypress St & Laurel Lakes Av, PM End) New Carrollton station (East Side Entrance) Baltimore-Washington Parkway Discontinued March 30, 2014. Replaced by 87.
98
Adams Morgan-U Street Link Woodley Park (WMATA station) U Street (WMATA station) Calvert Street and U Street North Discontinued March 29, 2009.[25] Replaced by DC Circulator Woodley Park/Adams Morgan - McPherson Square Metro route.
A5 Anacostia-Fort Drum Line D.C. Village (North Parking Lot) *Anacostia station Martin Luther King Jr Ave A5 was Replace by W5 in March 24, 2013.
A15
Martin Luther King Jr. Highway Line Discontinued on December 18, 2004; replaced by Route A12[26]
B11
Bethesda Reverse Commute Line Rosslyn (WMATA station) Medical Center (WMATA station) Wisconsin Avenue Discontinued on December 27, 2003[17]
B4,B5
B6 Metro Center Station Rhode Island Avenue station
C6
C7; C9
Greenbelt-Glenmont Line Glenmont (WMATA station) Greenbelt (WMATA station) Randolph Road Discontinued June 28, 2009.[3]
C18
Waldorf-Branch Avenue Line Discontinued on December 27, 2003[17]
D9 MacArthur Boulevard-M Street Line Discontinued in the mid-1990s
F3
G1
Greenbelt Station Parking Lot Shuttle Greenbelt (WMATA station) Discontinued on December 27, 2003[17]
G4, G6
H5; H7
Mount Pleasant-Adams Morgan Line Discontinued on September 24, 2006[9]
H14 Discontinued in 2001 after Naylor Road Station opened, replaced by H13
J14; J15
Marlboro Pike Line Discontinued on December 18, 2004; replaced by TheBus #24[26]
J8 Renamed as J7 in 2004
K1
Takoma-Walter Reed Line Walter Reed Army Medical Center Takoma station Butternut Street NW, Blair Road NW, and Georgia Avenue NW Discontinued September 23, 2011 due to the BRAC plan for relocation of Walter Reed Army Medical Center facilities to Maryland and Virginia.
L7
Connecticut Avenue-Maryland Line Wheaton (WMATA station) Friendship Heights (WMATA station) Connecticut Avenue Discontinued June 28, 2009.[3] Additional trips added to Route L8.
M2 Fairfax Village-Naylor Road Line Fairfax Village (38th St & Alabama Av SE) Naylor Road station Southern Avenue Discontinued March 30, 2014.
M5 Naylor Road Station Eastern Market Station Discontinued in 2007, replaced by 34
M8,M9 Congress Heights Shuttle Washington Highlands Congress Heights station Alabama Avenue SE, Wheeler Road SE Discontinued March 30, 2014 replaced by W1.
M16 Also known as Metro "Mini-Bus"
M18, M20 Also known as Metro "Mini-Bus"
N7
Montgomery Mall-Federal Triangle Express Line Discontinued on December 27, 2003[17]
N8
Tenleytown-Glover Park Line Glover Park (41st St & Davis Pl NW) Tenleytown-AU station Massachusetts Avenue NW, Yuma Street NW Discontinued on September 23, 2011. Formerly known as the Van Ness-Wesley Heights Line until the mid-late 2000s.
N1 Massachusetts Av-Federal Triangle Line Discontinued in 1996
N11; N13
Branch Avenue-King Street Express Line Branch Avenue (WMATA station) King Street – Old Town (WMATA station) Woodrow Wilson Bridge Discontinued on June 26, 2004[27]
N22
Navy Yard Shuttle Line Navy Yard – Ballpark (WMATA station) Union Station (WMATA station) Pennsylvania Avenue Discontinued March 29, 2009[25] Replaced by DC Circulator Union Station - Navy Yard Metro route.
P1 Anacostia-Eckington Line Anacostia station Potomac Park/State Dept Constitution Ave Discontinued on June 17, 2012
P2 Anacostia-Eckington Line Anacostia station Archives station Pennsylvania Avenue Discontinued on June 17, 2012, replaced by P6
P4, P5
R5 Riggs Road Line Fort Totten station Calverton Riggs Road Discontinued on June 17, 2012, replaced by R1 (to/from Adelphi) & R2
R6 PG Plaza Station
R7 West Hyattsville Highview
R8, R9
S3, S5
S12 Eastover-Marlow Heights Line
S81
Springfield Circulator Discontinued on September 26, 2004; replaced by Route S80[12]
S82
Metro Park Shuttle Discontinued on September 26, 2004; replaced by Route S80[12]
S95
Metrobus Shuttle Mid-Pike Plaza White Flint (WMATA station) Discontinued on April 1, 2004[28]
T16, T17 Greenbelt-New Carrollton Line Discontinued in 2010, replaced by G13, G14 & G16
V4, V6
W11, W12
W17
Indian Head Highway Line Discontinued on December 26, 2004; replaced by Route W13[29]
X4
X6
National Arboretum Line National Arboretum Union Station (WMATA station) Bladensburg Road and Maryland Avenue Discontinued on June 24, 2007[2]
Y4
Y6
Z1; Z4
Glenmont-Silver Spring Line Discontinued on September 26, 2004; replaced by Route C7, Route Z2, Route Z6, and Route Z8[12]
Z3; Z5
Colesville-Fairland Express Line Discontinued on September 26, 2004; replaced by Route Z2, Route Z6, and Route Z8[12]
Z7; Z17
Calverton Express Line Discontinued on September 26, 2004; replaced by Route Z6 and Route Z9[12]
Z19
Calverton Express Line Discontinued on June 29, 2003[30]

References[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, Three new Metrobus routes to serve Anacostia High School, November 17, 2005
  2. ^ a b Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, Metrobus service changed on Sunday, June 24, 2007, June 2007
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, Metrobus service, fare changes begin June 28., June 26, 2009
  4. ^ a b c Fairfax Connector, Schedules for the new Centreville, Chantilly and Oakton routes.
  5. ^ a b c d e Washington Post, Changes Announced in Virginia Metrobus Routes, Schedules, January 15, 1987, page 11
  6. ^ a b c Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, Virginia bus timetables, February 8, 1998, accessed via the Internet Archive
  7. ^ a b c d Washington Post, Metrobuses to Change Routes and Schedules, January 8, 1989
  8. ^ a b Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, Metrobus service changes in Virginia begin September 24, September 20, 2006
  9. ^ a b Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, Metrobus service changes in the District of Columbia begin September 24, September 20, 2006
  10. ^ a b c Washington Post, Metrobus Route Adjustments, September 27, 1990, page 12
  11. ^ a b Washington Post, Bus Service Changes in Fairfax, May 30, 1996, page 2
  12. ^ a b c d e f Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, Metrobus service to change the week of September 26, September 2004
  13. ^ Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, Virginia timetables (as of April 4, 2005, accessed through the Internet Archive)
  14. ^ Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, Metrobus service changes in Virginia begin June 26, June 17, 2005
  15. ^ a b Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, Two Metrobus routes discontinued, June 23, 2006
  16. ^ a b Washington Post, Great Falls Metro Bus Eliminated, July 4, 1991, page 3
  17. ^ a b c d e Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, Eight Metrobus routes discontinued in Maryland after December 26, December 10, 2003
  18. ^ a b Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, Columbia Pike Metrobus service to be restructured, June 19, 2003; Metrobus service route changes along Columbia Pike begin the week of Sept. 7, August 25, 2003
  19. ^ a b c Washington Post, Fairfax in Brief, June 28, 2001
  20. ^ Washington Post, Fairfax City Halts Metro Funds, July 13, 1989, page 1
  21. ^ Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, Metrobus Walker Chapel-Pentagon line service restructured to become the Barcroft-South Fairlington line, December 18, 2003
  22. ^ Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, Metrobus service route changes in Virginia begin last week in December: Most schedule adjustments designed to improve service, December 12, 2003
  23. ^ Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, Metrobus service changes, effective Sunday, Sept. 27, 2009, September 2009
  24. ^ Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, Restructuring of Virginia Bus Lines: 25A-R Ballston-Pentagon and 7A-X Lincolnia-North Fairlington, February 8, 2007
  25. ^ a b Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, Metrobus Routes 98, N22 being replaced by DC Circulator, March 27, 2009.
  26. ^ a b Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, Metrobus service changes, effective Saturday, Dec. 18, 2004, December 2004
  27. ^ Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, Metrobus routes N11, N13 discontinued after Friday, June 25, June 23, 2004
  28. ^ Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, S95 Metrobus shuttle to be discontinued, March 15, 2004
  29. ^ Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, Metrobus service changes, effective Sunday, Dec. 26, 2004, December 2004
  30. ^ Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, Metrobus service route changes in Maryland begin the week of June 29, June 23, 2003