DC By Air

Baltimore/Washington International Airport
(301) 261-1000 or I-FLY-BWI ;  Group sales (410) 859-7032        Domestic & International flights
Located approximately 30 miles east of DC, taxi fare to downtown Washington is about $45 . However, on weekdays there are over 50 trains running between the airport and Union Station  provided by Amtrak and the Maryland Rail Commuter Service. The 40 minute ride costs $5 on MARC and $13 on Amtrak.  The SuperShuttle buses that run from BWI to downtown Washington cost $21 ($31 round-trip) and take about 65-minutes.  Call   (800) 258-3826 for  bus information.

Washington Dulles International Airport
(703) 661-2700           Domestic & International flights
Located approximately 25 miles west of Washington,  taxi fare to downtown Washington is about $40. Washington Flyer buses provide service to downtown DC. The ride takes about 45-minutes and costs $16. Call (703) 685-1400 for information.

National Airport
(703) 661-2700    (703) 417-8000  Domestic & Commuter flights  
Located four miles south of Downtown Washington, taxi fare to the city is about $12. SuperShuttle buses from National Airport  to downtown Washington cost $8 ($14 round-trip) and take about 20-minutes.  Call  (800) 258-3826 for information.   The National Airport is also accessible by the Metro's blue and yellow lines.

DC By Bus

Greyhound and Peter Pan buses arrive and depart from the bus terminal located at 1005 1st Street NE, not far from Union Station.  Call (301) 565-2662 or (202) 371-2111 for more information.

DC by Car

Washington is circled by the Capital Beltway, formed by both I-95 & I-495 in the east, and just I-495 in the west.
If you are headed to DC from the North, stay south on I-95 until you get to Route 50. Take Route 50 west (the John Hanson Highway) into the city. It will turn into New York Ave. From the south, take I-95 to I-395. This will lead to you over the 14th Street Bridge and into the city.

I-66 leads to the city from the southwest, but unless you are traveling during off-peak hours, you will encounter High-Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) restrictions.  Cars headed eastbound on the Capital Beltway  (I-495)  from 6:30 AM  to       9 AM, must have at least one passenger (besides driver) in the car. Same restrictions apply headed west-bound from 4 PM to 6:30 PM.
Take I-66 across the Theodore Roosevelt Bridge to Constitution Ave.

If you're coming from the northwest, take I-270 to I-495 East. Then take Connecticut Avenue south into the city.

DC By Rail


The Amtrak inside Union Station is one of the nation's busiest. 
Union Station
50 Massachusetts Ave. NE
(202) 484-7540  or (800) 872-7245

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