What began as an issue with a customer’s SmarTrip card ended with one man bearing a black eye.
To celebrate the Smithsonian National Zoo’s 125th anniversary, Metro has released four special edition SmarTrip cards.
If Metro’s Board of Directors approves the proposed 2015 budget and capital improvement plan Thursday, the transit system will begin the process of completely eliminating paper fare cards.
Metro is partnering with The Phillips Collection to offer four commemorative SmarTrip fare cards with artworks by Vincent van Gogh.
Four Van Gogh Commemorative SmarTrip Cards will be available for Metro riders by the end of October.
Metro is reducing the price of its rechargeable SmarTrip fare cards to $2 beginning in October.
Metro is launching a new weekly short-trip pass that SmarTrip users can add to their cards to save money.
People looking to purchase a special SmarTrip card with the president’s face on it this weekend are out of luck.