A station of the D.C. Metro
Lines: Orange, Blue
Address: Vermont Avenue NW and I Street NW, Washington, D.C.
Location: One entrance at the intersection of 14th Street NW and I Street NW, second entrance at the intersection of Vermont Avenue and I Street NW (closes at 10:00pm on weekdays and remains closed all weekend)
Opened: July 1, 1977
Vienna/Fairfax-GMU, weekdays: 12:07am
Vienna/Fairfax-GMU, weekends: 2:07am
New Carrollton, weekdays: 12:03am
New Carrollton, weekends: 2:03am
Franconia-Springfield, weekdays: 12:07am
Franconia-Springfield, weekends: 2:07am
Addison Road-Seat Pleasant, weekdays: 12:03am
Addison Road-Seat Pleasant, weekends: 2:03am
Metrobus: 11Y, 42, 52, 53, 54, 80, D1, D3, D6, G8, N7, P17, P19, S2, S4, W13, X2
The closest station to the White House (via the Vermont Avenue exit), it is also used by commuters working in the business district. Also nearby are the New York Avenue Presbyterian Church and the National Museum of Women in the Arts.
From here you can...
go back to the Metro project,
jump to the blue or orange line,
go inbound to Metro Center,
or outbound to Farragut West.