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Rail, Buses Will Get You Where You Want to Go

Thursday, April 21, 2005; Page PG45

Public Transportation County Transit Division

J. Rick Gordon, associate director


Metro added two stops to the end of its Blue Line in December, one of them the Morgan Boulevard Station, above. (Gerald Martineau -- The Washington Post)

301-883-5700

TheBus

301-324-2877

Call-A-Bus

301-499-8603

Call-A-Cab

301-883-5656

Senior Transportation Services

301-883-5656

Transit, ride-sharing information

301-883-5656

Metrobus

For details about Metrobus service, call Metro customer information at 202-637-7000 (TDD 202-638-3780) or visit the Metrobus section of Metro's Web site, www.wmata.com/metrobus.

For current Metrobus route information, visit Metro's Ride Guide, rideguide.wmata.com.

The Ride Guide asks you where you're starting, and when and where you want to go, and then finds the best way for you to get there using Metrobus and Metrorail.

You can also obtain timetables by calling 202-637-7000.

Commuter Connections' Guaranteed Ride Home

In an emergency, Commuter Connections, a Washington area commuter network, provides a service for free rides home up to four times a year. Sign up using Commuter Connections' online form at www.commuterconnections.org, or call 800-745-RIDE.

MetroRail

There are 15 Metrorail stations in Prince George's County:


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