- There are 3 DC-area airports - Ronald Reagan National Airport (DCA), Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) and Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI)
- These airports service 65 million passengers each year.
- Reagan National Airport offers 383 daily nonstop flights to 81 domestic destinations.
- Dulles International Airport supports 248 daily nonstop flights to 79 domestic destinations and 390 weekly departures to 47 international destinations.
- BWI handles 261 scheduled domestic flights and 14 nonstop international flights daily. This includes non-stop flights to 65 domestic and 13 international destinations.
- Union Station in DC is home to Amtrak and multiple commuter rail services; 3.8 million Amtrak passengers travel through DC each year
Metrorail & Metrobus
- The 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.
- For hours, fares and station information, visit wmata.com.
- Just a note on escalator etiquette in our Metro, our commuters take this seriously, please stand to the right and let those who wish to walk go by on the left.
- 6 bus routes service 5 million riders each year, connecting Union Station with Georgetown, the Walter E. Washington Convention Center and Nationals Park, the Zoo with downtown, , and a seasonal loop around the National Mall, all for just $1.
- For hours, passes and route maps, visit dccirculator.com.
- The DC taxi cab system operates on a meter system.
- Fares begin at $3.25, plus 27 cents per each additional 1/8 mile.
- Cab fare from Ronald Reagan National Airport (DCA) to Walter E. Washington Convention Center are $19-25.
- Uber and Lyft are alternate options using your smart phone to call for one.