Metro hearings and meetings provide the public with opportunities to comment on proposed Metro service changes and development of Metro property as well as other Metro issues that are of interest to the community.
MetroArts works with artists, community groups, government agencies, and businesses to install artwork throughout the Metrorail system that captures the spirit and vitality of the region, making travel by Metro more attractive and inviting. To see where artwork has been installed, view Art by Metro Line.
Metro Is Accessible is a public awareness outreach program created to provide information and training regarding accessibility features to persons with disabilities, disability advocacy organizations, and social service agencies. For more information, see the Metro Is Accessible page.
Online chats give you the opportunity to post questions and comments for Metro's general manager and other top staff to address during live, monthly, hour-long, online chats.
You can volunteer to landscape, monitor, and otherwise care for bus stops in order to ensure their safety, aesthetics, and utility.
Six Public Art Projects For Future Metrorail Stations In Fairfax County and Loudoun County, Virginia Silver Line Project Phase 2