Is the Silver Line free?

Paying Your Fare Massport Shuttle is always free, and the Silver Line is free from Logan Airport. You’ll need to buy a ticket or pass to make a connection to the bus, train, or ferry.

How much is DC Metro?

Metro fares are calculated by how many stops you travel and vary during peak and off-peak hours. During peak hours, most fares range from $2.25 to $6 per trip. During off-peak hours, fares typically range from $1.85 to $3.85. Metro riders must pay via SmarTrip card or the SmarTrip app on iPhone and Apple Watch.

How much does Wmata bus cost?

Regular fare is $1.75. Fare can be paid using cash (exact change) or a TAP card.

How do you pay for Silver Line?

Each Station is equipped with a ticket vending machine (TVM) to purchase fares that can be used on all Rapid fixed routes as well as Silver Line. Silver Line riders pay and validate their fare ahead of time, which allows for faster boarding. Riders with a valid fare simply board the bus when it arrives.

Where will the purple line go?

The Purple Line is a 16-mile light rail line that will extend from Bethesda in Montgomery County to New Carrollton in Prince George’s County. It will provide a direct connection to the Metrorail Red, Green and Orange Lines; at Bethesda, Silver Spring, College Park, and New Carrollton.

How much is a 10 ride MetroCard?


1-Trip SmartLink* /PATH SingleRide Ticket** / Pay-Per-Ride MetroCard*** $2.75 $2.75
PATH 2-Trip MetroCard**** $5.50 $2.75
10 Trip SmartLink $26.00 $2.60
20 Trip SmartLink $52.00 $2.60

Is the Metro Silver Line a bus or train?

The J Line (formerly the Silver Line, sometimes listed as Line 910/950) is a 38 mi (61 km) bus rapid transit route that runs between El Monte, Downtown Los Angeles and Gardena, with some trips continuing to San Pedro.

How much is a silver Nol Card?

The Silver Nol Card costs 25 AED upfront, which includes 19 AED e-purse value and the ticket holder is anonymous, ie you don’t need to register your card. Silver Nol Card key features: Automatically calculates the cost of your trip and deduct it from your e-purse. Valid on all modes of transport.

Where are the Silver Line stations on the Metro?

Silver Line (Washington Metro) The Silver Line of the Washington Metro in the United States consists of 28 existing and six planned rapid transit stations from Wiehle–Reston East to Largo Town Center. It has stations in Fairfax County and Arlington, Virginia, the District of Columbia, and Prince George’s County, Maryland.

When was the Silver Line toll road transferred to MWAA?

Between July 1, 2003, and November 1, 2008, when the toll road was transferred to MWAA, over $138 million in net surplus toll revenue (together with accumulated interest) was provided to MWAA for the Silver Line project.

Where can I buy a SmarTrip on WMATA?

Off-peak fares apply at all other times. SmarTrip® and fares can be purchased at the following: Fares vary by time of day and day of the week the trip is taken (categorized as peak and off-peak times) and the distance traveled between the origin and destination stations

When did the Silver Line in Washington DC open?

Service on Phase I of the Silver Line opened on July 26, 2014 between Wiehle–Reston East and Largo Town Center, with five new stations being added to the existing network west of East Falls Church. The full line to Ashburn, including a station at Dulles International Airport, was at the time expected to be completed in 2018.