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Accessibility

It’s an urban myth that access to Georgetown is difficult. Just ask the companies located in Georgetown – commuting to Georgetown means numerous, easier access points in and out of the District.

 


BY CAR

From suburban Maryland or Northern Virginia, Georgetown is closer to the Key Bridge, Canal Road and Rock Creek Parkway than the Central Business District.  Once here, there are 20 garages and lots with over 3800 parking spaces in Georgetown.


BY METRO

The Foggy Bottom-GWU metro stop is within a 15 minute walk, and several Georgetown office buildings offer daily employee shuttle service.


BY BUS

The DC Circulator offers 2 lines in Georgetown: east-west from Georgetown to Union Station via downtown; and from Rosslyn, VA through Georgetown to the Dupont Circle metro.  www.dccirculator.com

10 DC Metrobus lines service Georgetown. For more information, click here or go to www.wmata.com 


BY BIKE

Georgetown hosts four Capital Bikeshare stations at 30th & K Street, on Wisconsin Avenue just below M Street, at Wisconsin Avenue and O Street, and at Pennsylvania Avenue & 28th Street. There are also a multitude of city bike racks throughout Georgetown.  www.capitalbikeshare.com


PARKING

20 garages and lots house over 3800 parking spaces in Georgetown.

>> For a map and listing, please click here. 

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"Georgetown…a perfect blend of a chic waterfront community and a historic town which honors it's classic heritage.  A beautiful place for a fashionable business."

Norine Fuller
Executive Director, The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising — 
Washington, D.C. office, 3000 K Street, N.W.