Home to 13 modes of transportation, NoMa is the most connected neighborhood in DC. Every form of surface transit comes through this neighborhood. Anchored by Union Station on the south end and the busy intersection of New York and Florida Avenues on the north, NoMa offers highly convenient, multi-modal access to the entire metropolitan area and beyond.

Explore the many ways to get to NoMa with the goDCgo Interactive Map.


View a Metrorail map. The Red Line Metrorail has two stations in NoMa:

  • Union Station: 701 First Street, NE
  • NoMa – Gallaudet U: 200 Florida Avenue, NE

Multiple Metrobus lines run through NoMa, providing many convenient stops. The closest bus lines include:

  • 90/92/93 U Street – Garfield Line
  • 96/97 East Capitol Street – Cardozo Line
  • 80 North Capitol Street Line
  • P6 Anacostia – Eckington Line
  • D3 Ivy City – Dupont Circle Line
  • D4 Ivy City – Franklin Square Line
  • D6 to Stadium – Armory
  • D8 Hospital Center – Union Station Line
  • X1 Benning Road – Potomac Park Line
  • X2 Benning Road – H Street Line
DC Circulator

The DC Circulator bus runs every 10 minutes and only costs $1 each way. Two bus routes leave from Union Station.

  • Georgetown – Union Station Route
  • Union Station – Navy Yard Route

Capital Bikeshare

The District’s bikesharing program makes bicycles available to everyone. Simply take a bike from one of the 150+ stations in DC and Arlington, and return it to a docking station close to your destination. NoMa is served by seven Capital Bikeshare stations. View a complete station map.

  • North Capitol and F Streets, NW
  • Columbus Circle/Union Station (east side of Union Station)
  • Third and H Streets, NE
  • Sixth and H Streets, NE
  • First and M Streets, NE
  • Eckington Place and Q Street, NE
  • Florida Avenue and R Street, NW

More on biking in NoMa.

Commuter Buses

Using a commuter bus to get to work is an easy and comfortable way to actually enjoy your commute. Both the Loudoun County Transit and MTA Commuter buses provide service nearby. The MTA Annapolis 950 picks up and drops off in NoMa.

Intercity Buses

Several intercity buses now operate out of Union Station, including Greyhound, BoltBus, Megabus, DC2NY, Sprinter Bus and Washington Deluxe.


Both regional and national rail service are available out of Union Station.

  • Amtrak: Operates numerous routes across the nation.
  • MARC Train: Operated by the Maryland Transit Administration, the MARC train provides service to Washington, DC (Union Station) from Harford County, MD; Baltimore City, MD ; Brunswick, MD; Frederick, MD, and Martinsburg, WV.
  • Virginia Railway Express (VRE): Provides service Mondays-Friday on its Fredericksburg and Manassas lines with final destination at Union Station.

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