Transportation Study

In 2018, the City of Hyattsville commissioned a study to develop a comprehensive plan to improve existing transportation infrastructure, carry out new projects, and determine priorities for the next 20 years. You can review the Hyattsville Transportation Study's final report by clicking here or on the cover of the report itself.

Transportation Options

The City of Hyattsville has access to a wide variety of transportation options.


The City is located on WMATA's green line, and two stops are within City limits - West Hyattsville and Prince George's Plaza. From these stops it is less than a ten-minute ride to some of Washington, D.C.'s, prime neighborhoods for entertainment and work. 


The City is served by more than a dozen bus routes. For route schedules, please search the bus route you are interested in. If you need assistance, please call us at 301-985-5000.


The City provides transportation service to seniors and people with disabilities. By reservation, the Call-A-Bus picks up residents at the curb in front of their home, takes them to their appointments anywhere within six miles of the City, and then returns them home. The cost is $2 each way, and care-givers/companions ride free. Registration is also free, and can be done by calling 301-985-5020. 

UMD Shuttle 113 (FREE to Hyattsville Residents)

Route 113 of the University of Maryland Shuttle Bus loops through Hyattsville, stops at the Prince George’s Plaza Metro, and then heads to the University. Hyattsville residents can get a pass to ride this bus and all the UMD Shuttles routes FREE by bringing photo ID and proof of residence to the City Building, 4310 Gallatin Street, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Passes are issued the same day. Route maps and schedules are available at

Taxi and Rideshare

Numerous taxi and rideshare services operate in and around the City.

MARC Train

The City is also near the Riverdale MARC train stop. The stop is on MARC's Camden Line, which travels from Baltimore to Washington, D.C. 

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