Ad Company Rolling Out Digital Displays at Metro Stations Across D.C. Area

by Tim Regan August 24, 2016 at 4:30 pm 0

Metro display ads Aug 2016

Fully animated advertisements might soon catch your eye at Metro stations across the District and the surrounding area.

A national billboard and transit ad company is working to install brand new digital displays at key stations across the city, according to Metro.

“Over the next few weeks, our partner OUTFRONT Media will be replacing some existing, static advertising dioramas in the Metrorail System with new 65″ digital panels,” said Metro representative Morgan Dye.

The displays, which loop video advertisements in crystal clear quality, were recently installed at seven Metro stations across the District, including Columbia Heights, Dupont Circle and McPherson Square, Dye said.

Additional digital displays are set to be installed soon at Metro’s Farragut West and Foggy Bottom stations, Dye added.

Here’s Metro’s full list of the stations included in the project’s first phase:

  • Judiciary Square (Complete)
  • Archives-Navy Memorial (Complete)
  • Columbia Heights (Complete)
  • Dupont Circle (Complete)
  • Federal Center SW (Complete)
  • Smithsonian (Complete)
  • McPherson Square (Complete)
  • Farragut West
  • Foggy Bottom
  • Bethesda
  • Rosslyn
  • Ballston
  • Crystal City
  • Pentagon City


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