Transportation

Responsibilities

The County’s ridership on Metrorail and Metrobus is among the highest in the region, and in addition to these modes, the Department operates the local TheBus, Call-A-Bus and Call-A-Cab programs. Staff also works with local municipalities to assist them in providing a Call-A-Bus Program within their respective jurisdictions. These transportation options are consistently evaluated to identify improvements that will make the services more convenient and accessible for utilization by current and future residents.

Prince George’s County offers a public transportation system that encompasses virtually every means of conveyance available for the movement of people and goods. Administration, maintenance and enhancement of this system are the responsibility of the County’s Department of Public Works and Transportation.

Staff constantly works to ensure that travelers throughout the County have a well-planned, accessible and well-maintained transportation system.

Upcoming Public Hearings:

The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) are having a public hearing on January 30, 2017 to discuss the proposed FY18 Budget, fare and service adjustments. Click here for more information or to provide your feedback.
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