Here is a rundown on the locations of the new Metro stations, what buildings, offices or points of interest are near them and the bus routes that are within easy walking distance of them. Stadium-Armory

Entrances are on the east side of 19th Street SE between A and C Streets SE. Station provides access to both the old and new D.C. jails, D.C. General Hospital and the D.C. Armory. RFK Stadium is about a three-block walk. Armory Parking Lot 3, on the north side of East Capitol Street, will be open for commuter parking; there are 1,200 spaces there. The day-long charge will be $1. There is short-term and handicapped parking in Lot 10, on the west side of the Armory. A kiss-and-ride parking lot is under construction on the east side of 19th Street, south of C Street, but will not be ready July 1. Accessible bus routes include A11, B2, F14, R, T11, U4, 40 and 42. Potomac Avenue

The entrance is in a small triangular park on the east side of 14th Street SE between G Street SE and Pennsylvania Avenue SE. The station is located in a residential area; the old Congressional Cemetery is a three-block walk. No commuter parking facilities. Accessible bus routes include A, B, C, H, J, K, M, V and the 30 series. Eastern Market

The entrance to the station is in a small park on the east side of 7th Street SE on the south side of Pennsylvania Avenue SE. The station provides access to the Eastern Market, a farmers' market one block north of the entrance on 7th Street, to many neighborhood shops, businesses and restaurants along Pennsylvania Avenue and 8th Street SE and to Hine Junior High School, immediately across Pennsylvania Avenue. No commuter parking facilities. Bus lines accessible from the station include A8, the 30 series, 52, 54, 92 and 94. Capitol South

The entrance is on the west side of 1st Street SE between C and D streets SE. Station provides access to the House office buildings. The House side of the Capitol is a stiff three-block walk. No commuter parking facilities. Accessible bus routes include the A1, A2, A4, M2, R3 and R6. Federal Center Southwest

The entrance is on the south side of D Street SW just west of 3d Street SW. The station provides access to the complex of buildings that make up the Department of Health, Education and Welfare and is directly across the street from the House Office Building Annex No. 2. No commuter parking. Accessible bus lines include A1, A2, A4, D, K7, L1, M2, R5, S, W, Y3, Y7, V1, V3, 60 and 70. L'Enfant Plaza

There are three entrances, but only two will open July 1 - in the courtyard of the main Department of Transportation building at 7th and D streets SW, and on the east side of 7th Street just south of Maryland Avenue. A third entrance, inside the L'Enfant Plaza complex at 9th and D Streets SW, is scheduled to open sometime in October. Station provides access to a number of federal office buildings, including the General Services Administration, two Department of Transportation buildings, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and the businesses and offices of L'Enfant Plaza. The two newest Smith-sonian museums - the Hirshorn and the National Air and Space Museum - are most accessible from this station. No commuter parking facilities. Accessible bus lines include A3, A9, K7, M3, M8, V, V1, V3, V4, V5, V6, V7, V9, Y3, Y7, Y9, 7, 8, 17, 18 and 70 series. Smithsonian

There are two entrances. One is located in the middle of the Mall, the other on the south side of Independence Avenue at 12th Street. The station provides access to the Department of Agriculture, the Forrestal Building and a host of Mall attractions from the Freer Gallery of Art to the Washington Monument, a pleasant three-block walk. No commuter parking. Accessible bus lines include A7, V4, V6, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20E, 27, 28, 29, 45, 50, 52, 56 and 58. Federal Triangle

The entrance is located west of 12th Street NW between Constitution and Pennsylvania avenues within the archway of the Interstate Commerce Commission Building. A number of federal office buildings and Smithsonian museums are within easy walking distance. The District Building and the 13th Street Federal Triangle bus terminal can be reached quickly by walking through the archway to the 13th Street side of the so-called Grand Plaza, which is now a giant parking lot. No commuter parking facilities.

A large number of bus routes serve this area, including A1, A2, A4, B7, B9, D1, D3, E1, F1, J1, J6, L1, L2, L4, L6, L7, L8, M6, N1, N3, N5, N9, O9, P4, P9, Q3, R5, S2, S4, S5, S6, S7, S9, T2, T7, T9, X1, X9, Y1, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 27, 28, 29, 30 series and 54. Metro Center

Two portals of this station are already open on G Street as part of the original 5-mile Metro line between Rhode Island Avenue and Dupont Circle. On July 1, the 12th Street segment of the Metro Center station will open, with portals on 12th Street at F and G streets NW. In addition to being the station where Metro passengers will transfer between two main lines, the station provides access to the heart of the traditional downtown Washington business district. No commuter parking facilities. Accesible bus routes include B1, B7, B9, E1, F1, F2, F4, J1, J3, J6, K2 through K9, L1, L2, L4, L6, L7, L8, M6, M8, N5, N9, O9, P4, Q3, Q7, Q9, S2, S4, S5, S6, S7, S9, T2, T7, T9, U, X2, Y3, Y5, Y9, 40, 42, 45, 50 series, 60, 77 and 80 series. McPherson Square

There are two entrances, but only one - on the southwest corner of 14th and I streets - will open July 1. The other, in a corner of the Veterans Administration Building at Vermont Avenue and I Street, is scheduled to open in September. The station serves a variety of downtown offices and businesses and is within easy walking distance of Lafayette Park and the White House. No commuter parking. Accessible bus lines include B1, B7, D2, D4, E, G4, L2, L4, L6, L7, L8, M6, M8, N5, N9, O9, P3, Q3, Q7, Q9, S2, S4, S6, T2, T7, T9, U, X, Y3, Y5, 40, 42, 45, 50 series and 81. Farragut West

This new station is not to be confused with the existing, operating Farragut North Station, and there is no direct connection between them for passengers. The portals to the new Farragut West station are on I Street NW at 17th Street and 18th Street. The 18th Street portal is not scheduled to open until mid-July, while the 17th Street portal opens July 1. Many offices and businesses are located in the area, which has a preponderance of doctors and dentists and related medical facilities. No commuter parking facilities. Accessible bus routes include D2, D4, D9, L1, L2, L4, L6, L7, L8, M6, M8, N2, N4, N5, N9, O9, Q3, R2, S1, T2, T7, T9, 5H, 5K, 5N, 5S, 5W, 5Y, 5Z, 40, 42 and 45. Foggy Bottom George Washington University

The entrance is at the northwest corner of 23rd and I streets NW. The station is directly across the street from George Washington University Hospital and related medical facilities, and is close to many GWU buildings and the area around Washington Circle. Despite the name Foggy Bottom, however, it is six long blocks from the station to the State Department and five long blocks down New Hampshire Avenue to the Kennedy Center. No commuter parking facilities. Accessible bus routes include D1, D3, L5, M6, N1, N3, R5, 30, 32, 34, 36, 46, 81. Rosslyn

The entrance to the station is on the west side of North Moore Street between Wilson Boulevard and North 19th Street. This area of Rosslyn has been under construction for years, and more building is anticipated in the vicinity of the Metro station. Many federal and private offices are located near the station, and a string of major motor hotels is close by. The station will be a major transfer point for passengers on bus routes from North Arlington and western Fairfax County. There are no commuter parking facilities. Accessible bus routes include M6, 1, 2, 3, 4, 10 and 20. Arlington Cemetery

This is one of two outdoor stations on the new line and will be of value only to tourists and others visiting the cemetery. There is nothing else there. The entrances are on both sides of the main road entering the cemetery from Memorial Bridge Circle. It is a long walk uphill to the Custis-Lee Mansion or the Kennedy tomb. There are no plans by the Army, the Park Service or Landmark Tourmobile to provide shuttle bus service between the Metro stop and the cemetery attractions. No commuter parking facilities. Limited bus connections can be made at Memorial Circle to bus routes 7, 16A, 16D, 16E and 12B. Pentagon

This station and the 22-bay bus terminal on top of it will make the headquarters of the Department of Defense one of the region's most important transportation hubs. Two portals to the station on the southeast side of the Pentagon open directly into the bus terminal on top. The third entrance connects with the Pentagon concourse and the shopping facilities there. Many buses already run through the Pentagon; many more will be terminated there beginning Sept. 4. No commuter parking facilities. Accessible bus routes include 5X, 6, 7, 8, 9P, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20E, 20L, 20P, 22, 23, 27, 28 and 29. Pentagon City

The entrances are on both sides of Hayes Street between 15th Street and Army-Navy Drive. The station has direct access to the Western Electric plant. It is a one-block walk from the River House high-rise apartments, but there is no sidewalk across an undeveloped field. No commuter parking facilities. Bus access is limited to Route 12B. Crystal City

Patrons can enter from the surface through a portal at the intersection of 18th Street and Jefferson Davis Highway (U.S. 1) or from the Crystal Underground shopping center. The station provides access to the Crystal City complex of offices, businesses, apartments and hotels. There is no good place for the residents of the many high-rises on the west side of U.S. 1 to cross to the station. No commuter parking facilities. Bus access is limited to Routes 9, 26A and 26B. National Airport

The entrance to the elevated stations is directly across a parking lot and the main roadway from the airport's north terminal. There is no direct access or walkway from the station to the airport. A permanent structure is planned but is at least two years away. In the meantime, the airport's shuttle buses will run between the station and the terminal every five minutes. No commuter parking facilities. Bus access limited to the various Rte. 11 lines and Rte. 9D. Several bus lines will be turned back at National Airport beginning Sept. 4.