Questions & Answers: Riding METRO
On this page, you can get answers to common questions about riding METRO, all in one place.
A route selector is accessible directly on the website home page, linking you directly to a page for the local bus route of your choice.
At the top of each individual route page, you’ll find:
- Frequency of service on weekdays and weekends
- Stop-by-stop schedule
- Link to view PDF schedule which you can then download and/or print
On the METRO website, there’s a route map on each individual route page.
You can also use the website's Interactive System Map (best viewed on a desktop or laptop computer). In the bus section of the map, you can check a box next to any METRO bus route and the map will draw a line showing the entire route and where it runs.
If you’d prefer a physical map, we include a map image in the printed brochure for each individual bus route. Brochures are available for free at all METRO RideStore locations:
- Downtown Transit Center - 1900 Main St.
- Fannin South Transit Center - 1604 West Bellfort St.
- Main Street Square - 1001 Travis St.
- Northwest Transit Center - 7373 Old Katy Road
Trip planning tools are available on:
- Various pages of the METRO website, including the home page
- RideMETRO app for your smartphone (“Plan Your Trip” section)
- METRO TRIP app for your smartphone
- Google or Apple maps