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302 12th St. NW, Washington DC 20004
Metro Lines: Blue and Orange lines.
Metro Schedule: Opens at 5:12 AM
Metro Parking: None.
Elevator (handicapped access): The street elevator is located on 12th Street.
Metro Entrance: Federal Triangle only has a single entrance/exit at 12th Street. The entrance is beneath the Ariel Rios Federal Building.
West side of 12th Street between Pennsylvania & Constitution Ave NW
First and Last Trains
First Trains: Trains leave exactly 2 hours later on Saturdays and Sundays.
Blue line train from Franconia-Springfield - 5:22 AM
Blue line train from Largo Town Center - 5:36 AM
Orange line train from Vienna/Fairfax-GMU - 5:27 AM
Orange line train from New Carrollton - 5:30 AM
Last Trains: Trains leave exactly 3 hours later on Friday and Saturday nights.
Blue line train from Franconia-Springfield - 12:03 AM
Blue line train from Largo Town Center - 12:07 AM
Orange line train from Vienna/Fairfax-GMU - 12:03 AM
Orange line train from New Carrollton - 12:07 AM
The Federal Triangle Metro Station has 1 island platform and 2 tracks serving the Blue and Orange trains. Each train goes in two directions named for the last stop on the line.
Use the Metro's Trip Planner to find out exactly how to get where you want to go in the Washington DC area, using Metrobus, Metro and local bus systems. The Trip Planner asks you where you're starting and when and where you want to go. Then it finds the best way for you to get there using the Metro system and local bus systems.
The Federal Triangle Metro Station connects passengers to other bus systems in the Washington DC region. From this station, passengers can transfer to WMATA Metrobus, DC Circulator's Smithsonian - National Gallery of Art Loop and MTA Bus. The map below shows you where to board your bus from the station. Consult the map and bus stop information for routing and schedule information about each route serving the Archives-Navy Memorial-Penn Quarter Station.
There are 20 bike racks at this station. Bicycle racks are available for free on a first-come, first-use basis. The bike racks are located outside the Woodrow Wilson Plaza. The bike racks are behind an area that looks like a security checkpoint. Across the street from the metro station, there is also a Bike and Roll, a bicycle rental shop.
Photo by Erik Weber