Welcome to another edition of DC Mythbusting. This week we’re looking into the Metrobus system. The rail system is easy enough to understand– it is organized by color, with five lines in total. But there are over 300 bus routes serving the DC area, so the color system wouldn’t work (though I would love to ride the Burnt Sienna line or the Dandelion line). So how are the Metrobus routes named? Why do some have a letter and a number, some a number and a letter, and others just have a number? Read on for the answer!