The Washington DC Metro system is the nation's second-largest heavy rail system with 6 rail lines, 117 miles of track and 91 stations, servicing 204 million trips each year.
Washington DC Area Transit - Below is a list of options available to you while you are in the Washington DC area
Metrobus is the eco-friendly bus system that serves the nation's capital and runs 24-hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week
There are six metrorail lines Red, Blue, Orange, Silver, Yellow, Green Lines, to take you close to most major attraction in the city and beyond.
Pick up a Rental Car from one of Washington DC area airports or in downtown DC. for your your trip into town. Let's show you how.
The DC Circulator bus is a popular and convenient transportation option in DC. Runs every 10 minutes and only costs $1 each way.
Taking public transport to and from:
Ronald Reagan National Airport (DCA)
Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD)
Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI)
|Washington DC Arrival Transfer: from Dulles Airport||$24.99|
|Washington DC Departure Transfer: to Dulles Airport||$24.99|
|Private Arrival Transfer: Washington Reagan Airport to Hotel||$16.66|
|Private Departure Transfer: Hotel to Washington Reagan Airport||$16.66|
|Private Arrival Transfer: Washington Dulles International Airport to Hotel||$22.22|
|Private Departure Transfer: Hotel to Washington Dulles International Airport||$22.22|
|Baltimore Departure Transfer: from Washington DC||$23.99|
|Getting Around Washington DC||Metrobus|
|Metrorail||Washington DC Taxi|
|D.C. Circulator||SmarTrip Card|
|Washington DC Area Airports||Washington DC Attractions|
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