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Please review the modified proposal for the new Route 325. Some afternoon adjustments have been made in an effort to more closely follow the existing trip times leaving Washington, D.C. on Routes 915 and 929.
The MTA will operate on the following schedule for Friday, July 4, 2014.
Local Bus: Sunday/Holiday schedule
The Washington Metro portion of Transit Link Cards (TLC) is increasing, effective July 1, 2014.
The MTA Commuter Bus TLC will increase as follows:
Zone 2 from $225 to $230
Zone 3 from $250.50 to $255.50
Zone 4 from $276 to $281
Zone 5 from $301.50 to $306.50
**No other Commuter Bus fares are affected**
Attention Route 991 Commuters!
Effective Monday, June 30, 2014:
Trip #1 will depart 10 minutes earlier, from current 4:30am, to 4:20am.
Trip #3 will depart 5 minutes earlier, from current 4:45am, to 4:40am.
Note: No other changes have been made to this schedule.
No commuter Bus Service, except Route 201, on Friday, July 4, 2014
Thursday, July 3rd- Amended Schedule, See Below.
Friday, July 4th- NO SERVICE, except Route 201.
Route 201 will operate Weekend/Holiday Schedule.
Saturday, July 5th- Route 201 will operate Weekend/Holiday Schedule.
The following is the Commuter Bus Schedule for Thursday, July 3, 2014:
Routes 201, 202, 203, 204- No Change (Note: 201 will operate the Weekend/Holiday Schedule on July 4th).
Due to a major accident on I-270 near Clarksburg, Commuter Bus 991 service is experiencing significant delays. Compounding the situation are delays on the Metro Red Line.
Eyre will send two additional buses after the regularly-scheduled last trip. We are also authorizing standees on buses to get passengers home.
We thank you in advance for your patience.
Delays are possible in downtown Washington DC this afternoon due to a 4:05pm National's baseball game. Possible Routes affected are 610, 620, 630, 640, 650, 902, 903, 904, 905, 909, 915, 922, 929, 950 and 995.
Thank you for riding MTA Commuter Bus
The Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) is accepting public comments on the 2010 Corridor Preservation Study to define the Preferred Alternative going forward for the 2014 Southern Maryland Rapid Transit Study (SMRT). Public comments will assist in defining the need for, purpose of, and scope of a high- capacity rapid transit improvement along the MD 5/US 301 corridor from the Branch Avenue Metrorail station to the Waldorf-White Plains area.
MTA Informational Meeting- Tonight, May 28th
The Maryland Transit Administration invites you to attend the Informational Meeting tonight regarding proposed changes to Commuter Bus Route 991 operating between Hagerstown and Rock Spring Business Park.
Meeting location is as follows:
6:30 PM- 8:30 PM
Hagerstown Community College
Career Programs Building,
Merle S. Elliott Conference Center, Room 213
11400 Robinwood Drive
Hagerstown, MD 21742
Delays are possible in downtown Washington, DC tomorrow, May 21st, due to a 4:05pm National's baseball game. Possible Routes affected are 610, 620, 630, 640, 650, 902, 903, 904, 905, 909, 915, 922, 929, 950, and 995.
Thank you for riding MTA Commuter Bus.