METRO will extend Park & Ride morning service by one hour to accommodate customers who are delaying their morning start due to the severe weather. METRO will be adding two trips (about 30 minutes apart) for each Park & Ride service.
Rail service for the North Line extension has also been restored. Trains will run the entire length of the line, from Fannin South to Northline TC/HCC station.
Previous service adjustments will remain in place:
ALL METRO HOV/HOT lanes will open for the Tuesday morning commute except 59 North HOV.
Park & Ride bus service will be running but expect delays as buses will avoid overpasses and bridges.
Local buses will run with possible delays depending on area of town and weather conditions. Buses will avoid overpasses and bridges and some detours may occur.
METRORail will be running at least every 12 minutes from Fannin South to Northline TC/HCC station.
METROLift will be running, but we ask patrons to limit request to essential trips and expect delays.
A reminder to customers: due to the potential fluctuating schedules, the METRO T.R.I.P. app will not be the best source of “next bus” arrival time info. Customers are encouraged to call the customer service line at 713-635-4000. Service alerts will also be on our website, www.ridemetro.org.
METRO asks that customers monitor local media, the City of Houston Office of Emergency Management and the National Weather Service for complete forecast information.