Monday is President’s Day, so you can expect some changes to transit service around the Washington, D.C. region.
President’s Day is a Federal holiday, so most government workers will have the day off. (Light traffic, yay!) Many businesses, however, will remain open. It’s also worth noting that there will be a sizable celebration of George Washington’s birthday at Mount Vernon all of next week.
If you are planning to move around the region via train or bus, be prepared for the following schedule adjustments.
- Trains will follow the Saturday schedule, with 6-15 minute service intervals during the day.
- Off-peak fares will be in effect.
- Metrobus will follow a Saturday supplemental schedule and there will be limited trips after midnight.
- Trains on all three lines will follow the “R” Schedule (formerly the “S” schedule.)
- The last Penn Line train out of Washington will depart at 7:23 p.m.
- The last Camden Line train out of Washington will depart at 6:55 p.m.
- The last Brunswick Line train out of Washington will depart at 6:20 p.m., and there will be just one train (Train 875) traveling west of Brunswick.
Virginia Railway Express
- There will be no VRE service on President’s Day.
Arlington County ART Bus
- ART will operate holiday service on Monday, Feb. 19, in observance of President’s Day.
- ART 41, 42, 43, 45, 51, 55, 77 and 87 will operate Saturday schedules. No other ART routes will operate and the ART Customer Call Center will be closed. Click here for additional details.
Fairfax County Connector Bus
- Holiday weekend schedule
Montgomery County RIDE ON
- Modified holiday schedule
Prince George’s County, The Bus
- Normal schedule
MTA Commuter Bus
- No service, except Route 201 will operate on a holiday/weekend schedule.