Welcome to the homepage!
For the second half of 2007, the Washington Metropolitan
Area Transit Authority (Texas Real Estate), in partnership with the District
Department of Transportation (DDOT), has been studying
ways of improving
along Metrobus routes 30, 32,
34, 35, 36, and M6.
The current service— which runs primarily along
Pennsylvania Avenue from Naylor Road and Southern Avenue Metro Stations
to the Foggy Bottom area and along Wisconsin
Avenue from Georgetown to Friendship Heights (click on the map at
right)—has an average
weekday ridership of 20,000 and a total monthly ridership of nearly half
a million people, making it the line with the
highest ridership of any in the Metrobus system.
This website is your guide to the 30s Line study. Use the links at
left to find information about the project, maps, links, reports and
events, contacts, and the results of the rider survey. As the project
will be added to the site.
The 30s Line
is a vital link to destinations in Downtown, Georgetown, and Pennsylvania
Avenue SE for riders from east of the Anacostia River and Northwest DC.
of the public and the project team discuss potential improvements
to the 30s Line at a meeting in Southeast DC in October 2007.
to see a map of the existing corridor.
January 16, 2008
The last two public
meetings for this phase of the 30s Line study have been conducted.
If you couldn't make it to the meetings, it's not
too late to make your voice heard! Please
give us your
feedback by going to the contact page
and sending us a message.
In addition, the recom-mendations for the 30s Line will be
presented to the Metro board in either February or March 2008.
If you would
like to express your views about the recommendations at the
board meeting, we welcome you to do so! Visit this page again
in the coming weeks
Click here to
of the public meetings and other documents related to the
30s Line study. The 30s Line Study Final Report will
be available on this page in the coming weeks.
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