Accessing METRO

All METRO-owned vehicles are accessible for people with disabilities. Our schedule-based transit services include Local bus, Park & Ride commuter express bus, METRORail, METRORapid and METRO curb2curb.

We have thousands of bus stops, more than 35 rail platforms and more than 40 parking facilities. Plus, there are more than 20 transit centers where you can access other routes and services.

Facility locations stretch from Kingwood to Clear Lake, and from Katy to Baytown. If none are within walking distance of where you live or work, you can access them in a variety of other ways.

Customers boarding a METRO bus.
Passenger transferring between two METRO buses at transit center.

By Transfer

In addition to many bus stops and rail platforms, other METRO facilities can be accessed as you transfer from one METRO route or service to another. These transfer points allow you to reach even more destinations around the region.

Cars parked in lot adjacent to METRO Park & Ride bus.

By Car

All METRO Park & Ride facilities and several transit centers offer parking, which is free in most cases. So, it’s easy to park your car and board METRO regardless of where you live or work within the Houston region.

Customer wheeling a bicycle on board a METRORail train.

By Bike

Bikes are allowed on all METRO buses and trains. There’s bike parking available at Park & Ride lots and select transit centers. Plus, we have bike parking, storage racks and repair stations nearby to various METRORail platforms.

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