Each passenger needs a farecard to enter and go out. Up to two children under age five may travel free with a paying customer.
Farecard machines are in every station. Bring small bills because there are no change machines in the stations and farecard machines only provide up to $5 in change.
Get one ticnlimited Metrorall rides with a One Day Pass. Buy it from a farecard machine in Metro stations. Use it after 9:30 a.m. until closing on weekdays, and all day on weekends and holidays.
Hours of service
Open: 5 a.m. Mon.-Fri. 7 a.m. Sat.-Sun.
Close: midnight Sun.-Thur. 3 a.m. Fri.-Sat.nights
Last train times vary. To avoid missing the last train, please check the last train times posted in stations.
When paying with exact charge, the fare is $1.35. When paying with a SmarTripⓇcard, the fare is 1.25.
Fares for senior/disabled customers
Senior citizens 65 and older and disabled cu stomers may ride for half the regular fare. On Metrorail and Metrobus, use a senior/disabled farecard or Smar/Trip Ⓡcard. For more information about buying senior /disabled farecard, SmarTripⓇcards and
passes, please visit MetroOpensDoors.com or call 202-637-7000 and 202-637-8000.
Senior citizens and disabled customers can get free guide on how to use proper Metrobus and Metrorail services by calling 202-962-1100.
Travel tips (提示)
. Avoid riding during weesh periods–before 9:30 a.m. and between 4 and 6 p.m.
. If you lose something on a bus or train or in a station, please call Lost &Found at 202-962-1195.
1.What should you know about farecard machines?
A. They start selling tickets at 9:30 a.m.
B. They are connected to change machines.
C. They offer special service to the elderly.
D. They make change for no more than $5.
2.At what time does Metrorail stop service on Saturday?
A.At midnight. B.At 3 a.m. C.At 5 a.m. D.At 7 a.m.
3.What is good about a SmarTripⓇcard ?
A.It is convenient for old people. B.It saves money for its users.
C．It can be bought at any time. D.It is sold on the Internet.
4.Which number should you call if you lose something on the Metro?
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