Washington Metro & Bus Service
The Washington Metropolitan Transit Authority (Metro) provides Metrorail, Metrobus, and MetroAccess services to the national capital region. For detailed information about getting around the District of Columbia by public transportation go to Metro Works Fare.
To plan your trip by public transportation Click Here.
The Senior SmarTrip® card for citizens age 65 and older enables seniors to get the discounted fare on Metrobus and Metrorail Click Here.
Seniors visiting the area may pay the reduced bus fare by showing the bus operator a valid government-issued photo ID that includes the date of birth and address or purchase the Senior SmarTrip® card and/or the $8.75 Metrobus Weekly Senior Pass at one of these locations.
The Logan Circle neighborhood is served by the Green Line with stops at U Street/ African-American Civil War/Cardozo Station, Shaw/Howard University Station, and Mt. Vernon Station, and by the Red Line with a stop at DuPont Circle.
Bus - 52, Bus – 54, and Bus – 64 stop in the Logan Circle neighborhood.
MetroAccess is a shared-ride public transportation service for people who are unable to use fixed-route public transit due to disability. "Shared-ride" means that multiple passengers may ride together in the same vehicle.Click Here.
The DC Circulator is a mode of public transportation that travels throughout Washington, DC, and into Arlington, Virginia. It is easy to understand – six routes connect you to DC’s main attractions and popular neighborhoods for both visitors and residents. runs through the Logan Circle along 14th Street. For Circulator information.Click Here
Useful Transportation Apps