A station of the D.C. Metro
Lines: Yellow, Green
Address: 7th Street NW and M Street NW, Washington, DC
Location: Intersection of 7th Street NW and M Street NW
Opened: May 11, 1991
Huntington, weekdays: 11:55pm
Huntington, weekends: 1:55am
Greenbelt, weekdays: 12:18am
Greenbelt, weekends: 2:18am
Branch Avenue, weekdays: 11:53pm
Branch Avenue, weekends: 1:53am
Metrobus: 70, 71
Originally to be called Federal City College, the station was for several years called Mount Vernon Square-UDC, for a nearby square and a branch campus of the University of the District of Columbia. The name changed because a new convention center was being built over the station, with an opening date sometime in 2003. This is the northern terminus of the Yellow line, and those trains turn around on a special track just north of the station.
From here you can...
go back to the Metro project,
jump to the yellow or green line,
go inbound to Gallery Place-Chinatown,
or outbound to Shaw-Howard University.