One of the important considerations when buying a home is the commute. Whether you are going into DC or Virginia or just across the county, we all want to minimize the amount of time we spend in our cars or on public transportation. Whether you want to walk to the Metro (our subway system) or have a short car or bus ride, we can help you find a home.
Below is our commuting map which shows the Metro stops in Montgomery County:
The Intercounty Connector (ICC), I-270 and the Beltway are also highlighted. Figuring out the best neighborhood to live in to minimize your commute is one of our specialties at The Myers Team. Please visit each Metro stations page to see custom searches for homes within a 2 and 5 mile radius.
The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) operates both Metro train and bus service throughout the area. The Metro rail system has 86 stations, 42 of which offer hourly and daily rates for parking. At 35 of these, riders can purchase permits to park in reserved spaces. Parking is free on weekends and holidays. Montgomery County maintains additional Park-N-Ride lots near Metro stations and bus routes. Free bike racks and pay bike lockers are also available at Metro stations. Some neighborhoods, such as King Farm in Rockville, provide shuttle bus service to the nearest Metro stop.
You might also take the MARC (Maryland Area Regional Commuter) commuter train, with stops at Union Station in D.C., Penn Station in Baltimore, BWI airport, and New Carrollton, MD, among others. Comparable are the VRE trains running throughout Northern Virginia.
View Montgomery County MD Commuting Map in a larger map