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Rail Interruption Alert on Feb. 22, 23
Attention, late-night rail customers: The Red Line will be operating on a single track next Wednesday night., Feb. 22, and next Thursday night, Feb. 23. Red Line northbound and southbound service will run from the northbound platforms for the following Read More...
Enjoy Zoo Lights with METRO
One of the best ways to enjoy a Houston holiday tradition is with METRO. If you haven’t been to the Houston Zoo’s annual “ Zoo LIghts,” you’re in for a treat. Open at 6 p.m., one hour after the zoo officially closes, the Read More...
Red Line Service Modification
Starting on Monday, Nov. 28, the Red Line service will undergo modifications, switching to single track service in Midtown. From 10:30 p.m. to 4 a.m. each night through Thursday, Dec. 15, the METRORail Red Line between Wheeler and Downtown Transit Center Read More...
Enjoying the Texans with METRO
This Sunday, the Houston Texans play against the Arizona Cardinals in a pre-season exhibition game at NRG Stadium, and METRO has a great way for you to get there and back. Park in our lot at the Fannin South Transit Center at 1604 West Bellfort. Special Read More...
Red Line Leads to Pokemon
The Pokemon GO craze continues its fascination among smartphone users with more than 15 million downloads since its release on July 6. Pokemon players can find dozens of pokespots in the Museum District, Houston Zoo, Discovery Park and at METRO’s Read More...
Central Station Opens Today
If you're riding the Red Line today, you may notice a new stop: Central Station. The new station officially opened this morning. Located in the 700 block of Main between Rusk and Capitol, the station is north of Main Street Square and south of Preston. Read More...
Act Like a Tourist on the Red Line
The next time you host out-of-town guests, take them for a ride on the North/Red Line. Discover Houston Tours , which has offered educational and entertaining tours since 1988, is offering a snapshot of Houston's history and current hot spots - all Read More...
METRORail Reaches 95 Million Boardings
METRORail recorded its 95 millionth boarding on Oct. 13 - ahead of projections by about four years. The top 10 single-day ridership totals in METRO's history all involved the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo - except for the Super Bowl XXXVIII in Read More...
Six Miles Down
METRO is building three light-rail lines - and to date, we've laid down six miles on all three. Six miles is equivalent to 64,000 linear feet of track in the ground - leaving nine miles to go. Ten light-rail stations are now under construction. We'll Read More...
Finalized Station Names
Want to see what the finalized station names will be on our new light-rail lines under construction? New York has its SoHo , Houston will have its EaDo/Stadium station on the East End Line (Green Line). You'll also get a hint of our city's history Read More...
Q Star Program Shines Brighter
More restaurants, shops and now a theatre are joining our Q Star discount program. The next time you shop or eat near the Red Line - remember to flash your Q Card for a discount. Here are the latest additions: Art Supply on Main - 20 percent off supplies Read More...
King of Cheap Eats Rides the Rail to Find Lunch under $3
Catch METRO’s Red Line at noon, and catch a bite to eat. Gourmet chef and resident gastronome Bobby Moon doesn’t bother to bring his lunch to the office. Instead, Moon, METRO’s manager of audits, buys his lunch almost every day – Read More...