The Bus Transformation Project is a plan to transform bus in the Washington region and improve service and customer experience, creating a more cohesive system that works for riders. Input from stakeholders, riders, and the public and extensive research and analysis formed the basis of the Bus Transformation Strategy and Action Plan. The Strategy symbolizes 'what ' will change, and the Action Plan details 'how ' things should change. Download the executive summaries and full documents for both the Strategy and the Action Plan below.
Fast, frequent, reliable, affordable buses on our streets and roadways are critical to our region’s prosperity. Buses have a vital role to play because they make efficient use of roadways by transporting large numbers of riders safely, conveniently, and affordably, and they provide service in areas not accessible by Metrorail.
The Bus Transformation Project is not a corridor study or a service plan. Based on extensive research and public engagement, this project has developed a Strategy with a bold, new vision and a series of recommendations to guide the future of bus in the region. Public input from across all demographics and areas in the region indicated that transforming the bus system means doing the basics better - that is, providing fast, frequent, reliable, affordable bus service that feels like a unified system and is not beholden to geographic or funding boundaries. These recommendations are meant to do just that. Since the Strategy was finalized in September, an Action Plan has been developed to set out critical activities and milestones over the next ten years of implementing the Strategy. The Action Plan connects activities and actors with tangible outcomes that clearly benefit the region’s bus system and its riders.
"Buses play a critical role in connecting people throughout this region to opportunities. In this time of rapid change in transportation options, we need a shared vision for the best role of bus in our transportation network. The Bus Transformation Project will identify and implement steps to make local bus a world class travel option for all of the region’s residents."
- Rob Puentes, Executive Steering Committee Chair
More information about the Bus Transformation Project can also be found at: Bus Transformation Project Public Flyer English.pdf
For more information about this project please contact Metro's Office of Customer Information at 202-637-7000 (TTY 202-638-3780). Press 88 and then press 5.
ስለ Bus Transformation Project የበለጠ መረጃ በአማርኛ እዚህ ሊገኝ ይችላል፣ Bus Transformation Project Public Flyer Amharic.pdf
ስለዚህ ፕሮጀክት የበለጠ መረጃ ለማግኘት፣ እባክዎን የደንበኛ መረጃ ሜትሮ ቢሮን በ 202-637-7000 (ከክፍያ ነፃ 202-638-3780)በመደወል ያግኙ። 88 ን ይጫኑ እና በመቀጠል 5 ይጫኑ።
关于总线转换项目的更多的中文信息，也可以在此查到：Bus Transformation Project Public Flyer Mandarin.pdf
若需有关此项目的更多信息，请联系 Metro 的客户信息办公室，电话 202-637-7000 (TTY 202-638-3780)。按数字88，然后按数字 5。
Pour plus d'informations sur le Projet de Transformation de Bus en langue Française, veuillez également consulter: Bus Transformation Project Public Flyer French.pdf
Pour plus d'informations sur ce projet, veuillez contacter le Bureau d'information sur la clientèle de Metro au 202-637-7000 (ATS 202-638-3780). Appuyez sur 88, puis sur 5.
버스 변환 프로젝트(Bus Transformation Project)에 관한 자세한 내용을 한국어로 확인하실 수
있습니다: Bus Transformation Project Public Flyer Korean.pdf
이 프로젝트에 대한 자세한 정보는 Metro 고객 정보 사무실에 202-637-7000(TTY 202-638-3780)번으로 전화하시기바랍니다. 88을 누른 후 5를 누르십시오.
Thông tin chi tiết về Dự án Chuyển đổi Xe Buýt bằng tiếng Việt có thể tìm thấy tại: Bus Transformation Project Public Flyer Vietnamese.pdf
Để biết thêm thông tin về dự án này, vui lòng liên hệ với Văn Phòng Thông Tin Dành Cho Khách Hàng của Metro theo số 202-637-7000 (TTY 202-638-3780). Nhấn số 88, sau đó nhấn số 5.
Para obtener más información en español sobre el Proyecto de Transformación de Autobuses, visite: Bus Transformation Project Public Flyer Spanish.pdf o comuníquese con el equipo del proyecto en firstname.lastname@example.org