Washington Metro Capital Improvement Program
WMATA operates a rail and bus system serving the National Capital area. It is the fourth largest transit system in the U.S., and WMATA is the nation's second largest rail transit system, spanning 103 miles and incorporating 83 stations.
WMATA's capital improvement program (CIP) replaced vehicles and rehabilitated facilities and equipment on the rail and bus systems. Individual components of the CIP included procurement of new buses and rail cars; major maintenance and rehabilitation of electrical and mechanical systems, communications, and track and structures to improve system-wide performance; escalator and elevator rehabilitation and other station enhancements; parking lot improvements; and upgrades to several maintenance facilities.