You can find on this page the Washington DC metro map to print and to download in PDF. The Washington DC metro map presents the network, zones, stations and different lines of the metro of Washington DC in USA.
Washington DC metro opens at 5 am during the week and 7 on the weekends, and runs until 3 am Friday and Saturday and midnight all other days as its shown in Washington DC metro map.

Metro map Washington DC

Map of Washington DC metro

The Washington DC metro map shows all the stations and lines of the Washington DC metro. This metro map of Washington DC will allow you to easily plan your routes in the metro of Washington DC in USA. The Washington DC metro map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Since opening in 1976, the Metro network of Washington DC has grown to include five lines, 86 stations, and 106.3 miles (171.1 km) of track. There are 40 metro stations in the District of Columbia, 15 in Prince George County, 11 in Montgomery County, 11 in Arlington County, six in Fairfax County, and three in the City of Alexandria as its mentioned in Metro map Washington DC. The Silver Line will add 11 new stations, eight in Fairfax County and three in Loudoun County, Virginia.

In 2012, Washington DC metro announced enhanced rush period service that was implemented on June 18, 2012 under the name Rush+ (or Rush Plus). This consists of adding additional Orange Line trains that travel along the Blue Line to Largo Town Center as you can see in Metro map Washington DC (as opposed to the normal Orange Line termination at New Carrolton); expanding the metro yellow Line service to run all the way to Greenbelt; while select trains will divert along the Blue Line to Franconia Springfield (as opposed to the normal Yellow line termination at Huntington).

Washington DC metro fares vary based on the distance traveled and the time of day at entry. During regular hours (weekdays from opening until 9:30 am and 3–7 p.m., excluding “peak-of-the-peak” times, and Friday and Saturday nights from midnight to closing), fares (for Smartrip users) range from $1.95 to $5.00, depending on distance traveled as its shown in Metro map Washington DC. At all other times, Washington DC metro fares are $1.60, $2.15, or $2.75, based on distance traveled. Discounted fares are available for school children, the disabled, and the elderly.

Washington DC subway map

Map of Washington DC subway

The Washington DC subway map shows all the stations and lines of the Washington DC subway. This subway map of Washington DC will allow you to easily plan your routes in the subway of Washington DC en USA. The Washington DC subway map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Washington DC subway, commonly called Metro, and unofficially Metrorail, is the rapid transit system in Washington DC, United States, and its surrounding suburbs as its mentioned in Washington DC subway map. Washington DC subway is administered by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA), which also operates Metrobus service under the Metro name.

Since opening in 1976, the Washington DC subway network has grown to include five lines, 86 stations, and 106.3 miles (171.1 km as you can see in Washington DC subway map) of track. Washington DC subway is the second-busiest rapid transit system in the United States in number of passenger trips, after the New York City Subway. Most subway stations were designed by Chicago architect Harry Weese, and are examples of late-20th century modern architecture.

There were 215.3 million trips, or 727,684 trips per weekday, on Washington DC subway in fiscal year 2008. In June 2008, Washington DC subway set a new monthly ridership record with 19,729,641 trips, or 798,456 per weekday (see Washington DC subway map). Fares vary based on the distance traveled, the time of day, and the type of card used by the passenger. Riders enter and exit the Washington DC subway system using a stored-value card in the form of a paper magnetic stripe farecard or a proximity card known as SmarTrip.