From the heart filled graffiti wall to Union Market, a restored grocery store and food hall, NoMa provides its residents with a vibrant, hip atmosphere. Commuters can reach this area via Red Line Metro stops. One of these stops, Union Station, is also an Amtrak train stop making it easy for residents to commute throughout D.C.as well as travel outside the city. NoMa is easily accessible for cars and bikes, with four free air-pumps, eight Capital Bikeshare stations, and a protected bike path. Metropolitan Branch Trail, an eight-mile path, passes through numerous neighborhoods and offers runners, walkers, and bikers a tree shaded trail. NoMa also has a variety of restaurants including Masseria, an upscale, chic restaurant serving Italian cuisine. This ever-evolving neighborhood creates a strong community full of diverse backgrounds.