Houston Metro Bus Accident Lawyer

Houston Metro Bus Accident Lawyer

Local service runs mostly on city streets, stopping at every other corner along its route.

Paying the $1.25 fare with your METRO Q® Fare Card, METRO Day Pass, or METRO Money, earns you free transfers in any direction for up to three hours. METRO’s local bus service runs mostly along city streets, making stops at every other corner along the designated route. Routes are color-coded based on service frequency during the midday and weekends. Orange indicates weekday peak periods only, during rush-hour.

METRO offers a 50 percent discount on all bus and light-rail service for students, seniors, Medicare cardholders and the disabled. Children ages five and under ride free. Free local bus and rail rides are offered to qualified veterans and to those serving jury duty. All METROLift customers are eligible for the METROLift Freedom Q® Card. Those serving jury duty also ride free.

The red network: These red routes are frequent routes with buses scheduled every 15 minute or less on 22 major routes, at least 15 hours a day – seven days a week.

The blue network: These blue routes operate similarly to the red routes with buses scheduled every 16 to 30 minutes, 18 or more hours a day – seven days a week.

The green network: These green routes offer buses every 31 to 60 minutes, at least 14 hours a day, seven days a week. This is designed to offer broad coverage in areas where there’s light ridership.

Park & Ride service is for long-distance commuting. METRO’s Park & Ride lots provide bus service to key destinations in the service area. One-way fare falls into four fare zones based on the distance a bus travels.

The Texas Medical Center (TMC) Circulator may be paid with the METRO Q® Fare Card or cash.

Customers can carry a pet on the bus and the rail as long as it is caged properly. Service animals are allowed to accompany riders with disabilities.

Bus and rail riders may bring car seats aboard, but there are no seat belts to strap the car seat to the bus or rail seat. So the caregiver would have to hold the baby or child. Before boarding the bus the child must be removed from the stroller and the stroller must be collapsed, folded and placed out of the walkway of the bus.

Houston Metro Bus Accident Lawyer

It is advisable to consult an experienced cause of accident Houston truck accident attorney Reshard Alexander who will help determine liability and the right compensation amount that you should get for your injuries. The insurance company of the at-fault driver may not be willing to pay for damages and we can help you with the negotiation process. Call us today at (713) 766-3322 for a free consultation.

Private Carrier Texas Bus Lines
Greyhound Lines
Grupo Senda
Jefferson Lines
Megabus (subsidiary of Stagecoach Group)
Stagecoach Group
Thruway Motorcoach (Amtrak)

Types of Bus
Double Decker
Low Floor
Motor Coach
Open Top
School Bus
Single Decker
Step Entrance