Washington, DC MetroGet around Washington, DC with speed and ease when you hop aboard a Metro line. With over 80 stops and serving not just Washington, DC, but also the surrounding suburbs, the Metro is the way to go.
Comfort Inn Ballston -Only steps away from the Ballston Metro stop, Comfort Inn Ballston is an ideally located hotel convenient to all of Washington, DC's important destinations. Leave your car in the secure hotel parking garage and climb aboard the Metro to explore the city and its surroundings like a DC native.
Comfort Inn Ballston's roomy guestrooms and suites are equipped with cable television, spacious work desks, and complimentary WiFi. All guests can also enjoy a daily complimentary continental breakfast and use of our onsite Fitness Center.
The DC Metro Map -Formally the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, the Metro is one of the busiest commuter public transit systems in the United States, second only to New York City. The lines on the Metro map reach out like the spokes on a wheel, connecting the heart of Washington, DC to the cities and states that surround it, which are Maryland and Virginia.
Five subway train lines - red, orange, blue, yellow, and green - operate over 100 miles of track. A sixth, the silver line, is due to begin operation in 2016, and is now under construction.
Metro Facts -The Metro has been operating in the Washington, DC area since the mid-1970s. Arlington County in Virginia has been a part of the Metro system since 1976. The Metrorail along with the Metrobus system ranges over 1,500 square miles. The Metro serves about 3.5 million passengers each year, 24 hours a day, 7
days a week.