Asset Category: Support Facilities
In addition to its 86 rail stations, 35 parking garages, 9 bus operating garages and 9 rail yards, Metro owns and maintains 12 additional support facilities. These
buildings house administrative offices, training rooms, revenue processing activi-
ties, material storage, police work and a print shop (see list of support facilities below). The largest of these facilities is the Jackson Graham Building (JGB) lo- cated in downtown Washington, DC. JGB houses Metro’s administrative offices, including transit operations (Metrorail, Metrobus and MetroAccess), Transit Police administration, engineering, information technology, finance, planning, human
resources and communications. The building also houses an Operations Control Center that monitors the movement of Metro vehicles. After 35 year in operation, JGB is in need of renovation.
Metro’s Support Facilities
In addition to its 86 rail stations, 35 parking garages, 9 bus oper- ating garages and 9 rail yards, Metro owns and maintains 12 additional support facilities.
Facility Jackson Graham Building 600 5th Street, NW, Washington, DC Carmen Turner Facility 3500 Pennsy Drive, Hyattsville, MD Alexandria Yard Revenue Col- lection Facility 3401 Eisenhower Avenue, Alexandria, VA Metro Supply Facility 8201 Ardwick-Ardmore Road, Landover, MD Open Materials Storage Facility Surplus materials storage 3360 Pennsy Drive, Landover, MD Stone Straw Building 900 Franklin Street, NE, Washington, DC Salt Storage Facility 2310 Chillum Road, Hyattsville, MD MTPD District I Substation – Fort Totten 5315 1st Place, NE, Washington, DC Police facility Administrative offices and supply storage Use Metro’s headquarters, administra- tive offices, and an Operations Control Center Administrative offices, mainte- nance, and training facilities. The facility will house the primary Operations Control Center in the near future. Revenue processing, fare media handling Surplus materials storage, print shop and MTPD Cadet Training Facility Centralized storage of salt for win- ter ice melting
Size (sq ft) 437,644