Metro is enhancing rush hour to serve more customers, reduce crowding and provide new transfer-free travel opportunities. It's all called Rush+ and it begins June 18, 2012.
Rush+ will improve service for nearly 110,000 customers on the Green, Yellow, Blue and Orange lines. Twenty-one stations will get more frequent service with six additional trains every hour of rush hour.
For an overview of Rush+, check out this video:
Find out what Rush+ service means for you.
Click your station on the map below.
On the map, trains that operate between Franconia-Springfield and Greenbelt are shown by extending the Yellow Line – with dashed lines to indicate "rush-hour only "– to both new endpoints. Regular Yellow Line service between Huntington and Mt. Vernon Sq/Fort Totten is reflected with a solid Yellow Line. Similarly, a dashed extension Orange Line has been added to the map between Stadium-Armory and Largo Town Center to reflect the new trains that will operate between Vienna and Largo Town Center.
An option for Blue Line customers is Metrobus Route 9E or 10E, which will now include service to Rosslyn via Crystal City during rush hour. You can check out times and a route map on the upcoming timetables, effective June 17.
Route 9E (Huntington - Pentagon)
Route 10E (Hunting Towers - Pentagon)
Take a look at the new map above. For a closer look, download the PDF version.