Public Transportation

Washington, DC is one of the easiest cities to navigate and is a terrific city for sightseeing.  With one of the safest, cleanest and most efficient public transportation systems, DC’s many attractions and neighborhoods are easily accessible without a car. 

Buses

Bus options in DC, Virginia and Maryland include:

Metrorail

The Metro system is run by the Washington Metro Area Transit AuthorityThe Metro stations closest to the Foggy Bottom campus are Foggy Bottom-GWU station (23rd and I Streets, NW) and Farragut West station (18th and I Streets, NW). Both are on the orange and blue Lines.  The Foggy Bottom-GWU station is closest to the Amsterdam Hall Summer Guest Services Office. To plan a trip around the city, consult the Metro trip planner.

Parking is available at select Metro stations. Physically handicapped persons can ride MetroBus and MetroRail for half price with appropriate ID.

Taxis

The area is serviced by several cab companies:

Trains

Regional trains in the area include:

Capital Bikeshare

Capital Bikeshare offers over 2,500 bicycles at 300 different pick-up locations in DC and surrounding areas.