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Rail, Buses Will Get You Where You Want to Go

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Prince George's County offers its own local transit service. Buses generally operate from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday. Fares begin at $1.10 and increase according to the distance traveled. Check each route schedule for specific hours of operation or call 301-324-BUSS, Maryland Relay 800-735-2258, or TDD 800-735-2258; or fax 301-925-1224. Visit www.goprincegeorges.com and click on "transit services" and then "transit" for timetables and routes.

Route 11


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)

Greenbelt Metro station, Beltway Plaza Mall, Greenbelt Federal Courthouse

Routes 12 and 13

West Hyattsville Metro station, Chillum, Mount Rainier, Brentwood, Hyattsville

Route 14

College Park-University of Maryland Metro station, Riverdale, Riverdale Park, Prince George's Plaza

Route 15

Greenbelt Metro station, Beltway Plaza, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Maryland

Corporate Center

Route 15 Express

Greenbelt Metro station, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, New Carrollton Metro station

Route 16

New Carrollton Metro station, Riverdale, Doctor's Community Hospital, Greenbelt Metro station

Route 17

Langley Park, University of Maryland, College Park Metro station, Berwyn Heights-College Park, Route 1

Route 18

Langley Park, Prince George's Plaza, Addison Road-Seat Pleasant Metro station.

Route 20

Addison Road, Upper Marlboro, County Administration Building

Route 21


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