Stand on the right. Walk on the left.
Let people get off the train before attempting to board. You are not more important than they.
Move to the center of the train, seriously.
Don't block the doors.
If it's outside normal rush hour traffic, you'll probably be waiting a while.
For quick access to the Blue & Orange lines board the Red line train in the car closest to the center
Please remember to take all your belongings when leaving... Otherwise Metro employees will think your stuff is a bomb and stop service to check it!
blinking lights mean train coming
Dont lean against the pole with your whole body so that no one else can hold it except awkwardly above your head
Walk fast during rush hour, even if you're not in a hurry. It's just polite and people appreciate it.
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If a person in front of you is standing on the left, etiquette calls for a drop-shoulder shove to push them forcefully out of your way.
This is the HEART of the Metro Rail. Where you come to buy smart trips and flash passes and more
To arrive in front of the elevator at the Bethesda station, board the Shady Grove-bound train at Metro Center at the center or rear door of the front car. Very useful during rush hour.
Don't lean on the poles in the train. Hold on with one hand.
Seriously? Don't let your kids sit on the escalator stairs on the way down (or up). It's not cute, it's dangerous. And it puts them all up in my way as I hustle to catch the trains!
Orange/Blue: On VA-bound trains, use the front for Grosvenor / Shady Grove Red trains and the rear for Glenmont / Silver Spring Red trains. Reverse for trains from VA. Doors open on the left.
Keep your junk off the seat beside you. Someone else may want to sit down.
If you are carrying a large bag (backpack. etc.), remove it so you don't hit people inadvertently.
On escalators, stand on the right and walk on the left.
Red: Use the middle doors for an easy transfer down to the Orange/Blue lines. Doors open on the right.
Stand to the right and walk to the left, people!
If you're going to a Caps game (or other Verizon event) during rush hour, its easier and faster to walk from here, don't bother transferring to the Green Line.
Learn about the elevator doors. They're not like elevator doors you MIGHT be familiar with!
Stand on the right, walk on the left.
While waiting for the train give people some space, I dont know you like that, roll up off me.
WALK LEFT, STAND RIGHT. Don't block the whole escalator with your suitcases and make others miss their trains!!!
please be courtious of others and abide by the metro stations unwritten rules stand right walk left!
Please move to the center of the train upon entering the car or risk causing an accident unnecessarily. If ur getting off soon...don't forget to get off the train to let others off. Be considerate!
Clean stations here in DC
If you're trying to go to Fedex field, start 3 hours early and you might make the second half. Hardly any trains on weekends.
Please stand to right on escalators so people can pass. Also, hurry off trains. The doors automatically close after a period and you cannot block the doors open!
When the escalators are down. Go through the Macy's!
Dear Metro, you don't need to thank for my patient. I don't have it, I just can't do anything but stuck in the turnel. :P
it should b permitted that people that stand to the left excluding kids and elderly can be pushed out of the way
If there is a group of people behind you don't stop the second you get through the door if there is empty space in front of you. It's extremely annoying to have to weave around you.
One of the major hubs for Metro transfers between different subway lines.
Anyone else notice the trains stopping sounds like whale calls?
Block an impatient running person from getting on their train
All stations are the same. Best station to get downtown
please bathe before riding...# thats all
Trumpet guy is crazy concert hall good! TIP THAT MAN! He defiantly makes my day better
To avoid waiting at this station just to go one stop, it's sometimes faster to just walk to Chinatown.
Just walk up the escalater
Always project your trip by planning the car stops. Mine is the last so I'm the first on the escalator at Takoma...an I never miss a bus or have to think about pushing someone down te escalator either
The first door of the the third car aligns with the elevator bank at Forest Glen.
Watch out for tourist stopping at the top & bottom of the escalators!
Do not encourage the dude singing with the guitar. He makes me cranky in the mornings.
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