Metro will be open later on New Year's Eve, helping people get home safely that night.
The hours will extend to 2 a.m. which is three hours later than usual Sunday hours.
Metro sent out a statement Thursday, saying:
"We are pleased to offer extended hours on Metrorail during New Year's Eve as a service to our customers who will be ringing in the New Year," said Metro General Manager/CEO Paul J. Wiedefeld. "I also want to thank our employees who will be working to provide the public with a safe and responsible option to get around."
There will not be any scheduled maintained on New Year's Eve after 6 p.m. or on New Year's Day, WMATA said.
Last train departures will vary station to station, but riders can check train times on WMATA's site, (wmata.com/stations).
Metro will also be open 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. on New Year's Day with free parking all day at all metro facilities. There will be off-peak fares all day.