How do I contact Wmata?

Call Customer Relations at 202-637-1328.

Who owns Metro Access?

Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority
MetroAccess

Parent Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority
Annual ridership Approx. 2,400,000
Fuel type Gasoline or diesel
Operator Various transit providers under contract to WMATA
Website Official website

How do I get metro access?

Applying for MetroAccess Service

  1. downloading online MetroAccess application. .
  2. calling 202-962-2700 and select option 1 or TTY 202-962-2033 or.
  3. by email [email protected]
  4. by requesting in writing to: Metro Transit Accessibility Center.

Does Metro Access go to Anne Arundel County?

From there, commuters can take metrorail into and around the Washington, DC area. Anne Arundel County is served by the Maryland Area Regional Commuter rail, or MARC Train, a commuter rail system comprising three lines, two of which serve the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area.

Where is Wmata?

Washington Metro

Overview
Headquarters 600 5th Street, NW Washington, D.C. 20001
Website www.wmata.com/rail
Operation
Began operation March 27, 1976

Can I return my metro card?

DELHI METRO SMART CARDS TO BE NON-REFUNDABLE ONLY FROM 01ST APRIL, 2017. 3) For both new cards sold after 1st April 2017, and existing cards converted to non- refundable and after 1st April 2017, only security deposit, after deduction of relevant charges, shall be returned on surrender of the card.

How do I get transportation access?

Access can assist with your search for transportation options including Travel Training which provides assistance with learning how to use the fixed route bus or train services. For more information call Access Customer Service at 1.800. 827.0829 (TDD 1.800. 827.1359) or visit accessla.org.

What is Metro Access service?

MetroAccess is a shared-ride, door-to-door, paratransit service for people whose disability prevents them from using bus or rail.

How do you qualify for access transportation?

Eligibility for Access is based on the person with a disability’s ability to use accessible buses and trains in Los Angeles County, not solely based on the disability, age, or medical diagnosis. It is determined through an in-person Transit Evaluation.

Does Metro Access go to Manassas?

Manassas is easily accessible from anywhere in the country. To reach us by train, you may take Amtrak or local service through Virginia Railway Express (VRE). Additionally, the Washington D.C. metro system connects to the Omnilink bus service which extends to Manassas.

Is Wmata a state or local government?

The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) is a non-federal tri-jurisdictional government agency authorized by Congress, that operates transit service in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, including the Washington Metro. WMATA is jointly funded by the District of Columbia, Virginia, and Maryland.

Is there MetroAccess in Prince George’s County MD?

MetroAccess provides complimentary accessibility service in Prince George’s County. It is a shared-ride, door-to-door, para transit service for people whose disability prevents them from using TheBus.

What is the phone number for MetroAccess customer service?

MetroAccess customer service representatives are available during all MetroAccess operating hours. To reach a customer service representative, call 301-562-5360, press 2 for trip status, and then press 2 to speak to a customer service representative. To confirm or cancel a trip, you can speak with a customer service representative.

How to contact MetroAccess for ADA Para transit?

If you would like additional information regarding ADA para transit service, please contact MetroAccess at 301-562-5360 for eligibility requirements. Approved MetroAccess customers prepay their fares with a credit or debit card by phone or online, or with cash, credit or debit card in person.

How long can you use MetroAccess in Washington DC?

Visitors to the Washington, DC metropolitan area who are unable to use the accessible Metrorail, Metrobus or other local bus service because of their disabilities, are eligible to use MetroAccess service for 21 days in a rolling 365 day period.