Sign-up for eAlerts at WMATA Online
About Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority
The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) is a government agency which operates transit service in the metropolitan area of Washington, D.C., including the Metrorail and MetroAccess services. WMATA was created by interstate compact and it provides rapid transit service under the Metrorail brand, fixed-route bus service under the Metrobus brand, and a paratransit service under the MetroAccess brand.
About Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority eAlerts
One of the services that Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority offers is rail, bus and elevator alerts to indicate whether a rail and bus line is delayed or not and tell people if there are any public elevators out of service. The WMATA eAlerts will notify signed up customers with alerts about the lines to which they have subscribed through email or text messages.
By signing up for eAlerts at WMATA online, you can receive rapid and instant eAlerts from WMATA via email or text messages. What is more, the signup process is easy, simple, fast and convenient.
How to sign up for eAlerts at Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority online?
Before you begin, you will need to prepare the following:
- A computer with internet access.
- You need to have a valid email address or an email address for the mobile device to which eAlerts should be sent.
- Go to the website of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority and then click on the button marked “Sign-up for eAlerts”.
- WMATA provides Metrorail eAlerts, MetroAccess eAlerts, Elevator eAlerts and Press Releases. Choose the eAlerts that you want to subscribe to and then click on the button marked “Subscribe”. Take Metrorail eAlerts as an example.
- Enter your email address into the required box, tick the line about which you want to receive eAlerts, and then click on the button marked “Subscribe”.
- Follow instructions to complete the subscription process.
- If you want to know more about WMATA, you can go to http://www.wmata.com/index.cfm.
The eAlerts service from WMATA is really a helpful and convenient service that can prevent you from wasting your time waiting for some delayed or cancelled train or bus.