Does Houston Metro accept cash?
How much is the Metro bus in Houston?
Is the Houston metro free?
How much is the bus in Houston?
|Route Type||Fares||Discounted Fares Students, Seniors, Medicare Cardholders and Disabled|
|Local Bus / METRORail / METRORapid||$1.25 per ride||$0.60 per ride|
|Park & Ride Zone 1||$2.00 per ride||$1.00 per ride|
|Park & Ride Zone 2||$3.25 per ride||$1.60 per ride|
|Park & Ride Zone 3||$3.75 per ride||$1.85 per ride|
Does Metro accept cash?
How do you ride the metro train in Houston?
- Get to your station.
- Pay with TAP.
- Board the Train.
- Enjoy the Ride.
- Exit the Train.
Does Houston have a metro system?
The 13-mile Red Line runs from Fannin South Station through downtown along Main Street through the Museum District, the Texas Medical Center, University of Houston-Downtown, and ends at the Northline Transit Center/Houston Community College.
How do you use METRO?
Is Houston METRO Rail safe?
Is Houston METRO private or government?
|Founded||January 1, 1979 (43 years ago)|
|Stations||44 (light rail) 12 (bus rapid transit)|
|Fleet||1,233 (bus) 76 (light rail)|
|Fuel type||Diesel, CNG, Diesel-electric hybrid|
Are METRO rails Electric?
Where is Houston METRO area?
How is Houston METRO funded?
Is METRO part of Harris County?
Why doesn’t Houston have a subway?
Is METRO a private company?
How many buses does METRO Houston have?
When did Houston get METRO?
In 1978, Houston-area voters created METRO and approved a one-cent sales tax to support its operations. METRO opened for business in January 1979.