METRORapid Silver Line

The METRORapid Silver Line (route no. 433) runs along Post Oak Blvd. through the Galleria area, connecting Uptown Houston to two major transit centers:

Northwest Transit Center
7373 Old Katy Road, Houston, TX 77024

Connections are available to the following routes:

• 39 Katy Freeway
• 47 Hillcroft
• 49 Chimney Rock/South Post Oak
• 58 Hammerly
• 66 Quitman
• 70 Memorial
• 72 Westview
• 84 Buffalo Speedway
• 85 Antoine/Washington
• 89 Dacoma
• 160 Memorial City Express
• 161 Wilcrest Express
• 162 Memorial Express
• 219 Northwest Corridor
• 298 Kingsland/Addicks/NWTC/TMC Park & Ride

Westpark/Lower Uptown Transit Center

5105 Westpark Drive, Houston, TX 77056

Connections are available to the following routes:

• 20 Canal/Memorial
• 292 West Bellfort/Westwood/TMC Park & Ride

Service is running

Regular cost: $1.25 per ride

Frequency of service: Every 12 minutes (every 15 minutes after 9:30 p.m.)

Hours of operation:

• Northbound – daily, 5 a.m.-midnight
• Southbound – daily, 4:45 a.m.-12:45 a.m.

Route map (north to south)

METRORapid Uptown Route Map

Safety is METRO’s No. 1 priority

• Wait for vehicles behind warning strip on platform
• Allow others to exit vehicle before boarding
• Only use a designated crosswalk

COVID-19 safety measures

Protective shields separating operators and riders
• Access to hand sanitizer
• Frequent cleaning and disinfecting

For more information about METRO’s response to COVID-19, including a complete list of safety measures we’ve taken, visit our COVID-19 response page.

Additional information

METRORapid Silver Line Fact Sheet (PDF, suitable for printing)
METRORapid Silver Line Rider Guide (PDF, suitable for printing)

For a list of questions and answers about riding the METRORapid service, including:

• Fare types we accept
• Where to buy fares
• How to pay when you board

...please visit our METRORapid page.

Take a Video Tour

Get on board as we show you how METRORapid looks like a bus, but runs like rail during a tour of the Silver Line route – starting at the Northwest Transit Center, over I-610 and down Post Oak Blvd.