6 Reasons Not to Drive in DC
Learn about transportation options and tips to getting around the nation's capital without a car.
Washington DC Public Transportation Guide
Washington, DC area public transportation systems, subway, train, buses, a guide to Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia public transportation
Driving Times and Distances from Washington DC
Find approximate mileages and estimated driving times from Washington, DC to many popular driving destinations around the Mid-Atlantic Region.
Washington DC Roads - An Overview of the Highways Around the Capital Region
Learn about the roads in the Washington DC area. This guide provides information about the major highways and interstates in the capital region including DC, Maryland and Northern Virginia.
Washington, DC Airports
Washington, DC airports, Washington National Airport, Dulles International Airport, BWI Airport, Find out the differences between National, Dulles and BWI airports.
Car Sharing in Washington DC
Learn about the car sharing options available in Washington DC, self-service vehicles are available across the DC area on demand by Zipcar, Car2go, Hertz On Demand
Getting Around Washington, D. C.
Guide's tips on how to get around the Washington, D. C. area by car, metro, bus or taxi.
Washington DC Taxis
Learn about taxis in Washington DC, including information about taxi fares, rules and regulations, find DC taxicab companies and more.
Slugging, Slug-Lines, Instant Carpooling
Slugging, instant carpooling, commuting from Northern Virginia to Washington, DC by using slug-lines, Slugging reduces gasoline consumption as well as helps the environment.
Washington Metro – A Guide to Using the Washington, DC Metrorail
The Washington Metro, a guide to using the Washington, DC Metrorail, the regional subway system, hours, farecard information, parking, rules and tips, and a station guide.
VRE - Virginia Railway Express
VRE, the Virginia Railway Express, provides commuter rail service from the Northern Virginia suburbs to downtown Washington, DC. VRE connects to Union Station in Washington, DC via two lines: the Fredericksburg Line and the Manassas Line. Learn about VRE service, fares, parking, connections and more.
WMATA – Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority
WMATA, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, is the government agency that provides public transportation within the Washington, DC metropolitan area - the Washington Metro and Metrobus.
Chesapeake Bay Bridge - Bay Bridge to the Maryland Eastern Shore
Learn about the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, Bay Bridge Traffic Conditions, William Preston Lane, Jr. Memorial, EZ Pass, Best Times to Cross the Bay Bridge
Electric Cars in Washington, DC
Learn about the possibility of electric cars in Washington, DC. The District Department of Transportation (DDOT), Nissan North America, and AeroVironment have formed a partnership that could bring hundreds of electric cars and charging stations to Washington, DC.
Bus from DC to NYC – Getting from Washington DC to New York City
Traveling by bus from Washington DC to New York City is becoming increasingly popular and remarkably cheap. See information about the buses that travel between the two cities.
How to Get a Washington DC Drivers License
Learn about drivers license requirements for Washington DC including information about driving tests, the Graduated Licensing Program for teens, DMV locations and more.
Washington Metro Security – How to Respond to an Emergency
Find out about Washington Metro Security Systems – What You Need to Know to Respond to an Emergency on Washington Metrorail
Washington Metrobus - Washington DC Bus Service
The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) provides bus and rail transit service to Washington, DC and the Maryland and Virginia suburbs. Metrobus operates 24-hours-a-day, 7 days a week with approximately 1,500 buses.
Washington, DC Traffic Reports
Washington, DC Traffic Reports, How can you avoid traffic jams in the Washington, DC area? Get traffic reports providing up-to-date traffic information for Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia
Washington Airports Map
See a map of the three airports that serve the Washington DC area&, Washington Reagan National Airport, Dulles International Airport and Baltimore Washington International Airport.
Reviews of Buses from Washington DC to New York City
Have you taken the bus from Washington to New York? Did you have a good experience? Tell others what you liked and disliked about riding the bus. Please include the name of the bus company and share any helpful tips.
SoberRide Taxi Service in Washington, DC
SoberRide, a free taxi ride program to provide a safe way home for impaired drivers. SoberRide is an anti-drunk driving initiative in the Washington, DC area during the December - January holiday season, St. Patrick's Day, Independence Day and Halloween.
DC Circulator Bus Service: A DC Public Transit System
DC Circulator bus will provide inexpensive, frequent bus service around the National Mall increasing the accessibility to Washington, DC attractions and the downtown area.
Washington National Airport (DCA)
Washington National Airport, officially named Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, find information about airlines, parking and ground transportation.
Dulles International Airport (IAD)
Dulles International Airport (IAD), find information about airlines, parking and ground transportation at Dulles International Airport
Baltimore Washington International Airport (BWI)
Baltimore Washington International Airport, commonly known as BWI Airport, Find information about airlines, parking, and ground transportation
ICC - The Intercounty Connector
ICC - The Intercounty Connector - Maryland toll road in suburban Maryland, connecting Montgomery and Prince George's Counties.
Union Station – Washington, DC
Union Station is the most visited destination in Washington, DC with over 25 million visitors a year. Union Station, Washington’s train station and premier shopping mall, also serves as a venue for world-class exhibitions and international cultural events.
Information on transportation by train to and from the Washington, D. C. area.
The National Capital Trolley Museum
The National Capital Trolley Museum preserves the history of Washington, DC's electric street cars. The Trolley Museum is located in Silver Spring, Maryland, in the suburbs of Washington, DC.
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See a guide to transportation for the 2013 Inauguration, Find out how to Get Around Washington, DC for the inaugural events
Holiday Travel Tips for the Washington DC Area
The Washington DC area is busy throughout the seasons and traveling around the region can be especially stressful around the holidays if you don’t plan ahead. Here are some tips to help you get around the Washington DC area during the busiest time of the year.
Cherry Blossom Festival Transportation Guide
See a guide to Cherry Blossom Festival transportation, including a guide to Washington, DCs public transportation, Washington, DC maps and parking suggestions for the National Cherry Blossom Festival.
MARC Train Service – Commuter Rail Line to Washington DC
MARC Train Service (Maryland Area Regional Commuter) is a 187-mile commuter rail system, that provides service on three lines, between Baltimore, MD; and Washington, DC; Perryville, MD and Washington, DC; and Martinsburg, WV and Washington, DC. Learn about the services of the MARC Train.
Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel - Getting to the Virginia Eastern Shore
The Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel connects Virginia's Eastern Shore with the Virginia mainland at Virginia Beach near Norfolk. The Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel is a four-lane 20-mile-long vehicular toll crossing that provides direct access from Southeastern Virginia to the Delmarva Peninsula
Megabus Express Bus Service To and From 10 Cities
Megabus, an intercity express bus service, offers daily service from Washington DC to and from many east coast cities.
Commuting to Washington, DC – Transportation Options in the DC Metro Area
Commuting to Washington DC is challenging and the region’s traffic problems are legendary. Residents of DC, Maryland and Virginia travel to work using a wide range of transportation options including driving, mass transit, carpooling, bicycling, and walking. This guide will help you learn about commuting alternatives for the Washington DC area.
Metro Transit Police – Washington Metrorail Police Department
The Metro Transit Police Department (MTPD) was established in 1976 to provide law enforcement in the tri-state transit facilities throughout the Washington, DC Metropolitan area. The Metro Transit Police has more than 400 sworn police officers and 100 security special police who have jurisdiction and provide protection for passengers and...
National Train Day 2012
National Train Day commemorates the anniversary of the transcontinental railroad's inception by bringing to life the rich history of how trains have transformed America. Find information about the National Train Day event in Washington DC.
Baltimore-Washington Parkway – MD 295 and I-295
Learn about traveling along the Baltimore Washington Parkway and the main points of interest along the way.
Interstate 495 (I-495) – Driving on the Capital Beltway
Learn about the Capital Beltway and find tips on how to cope with traffic congestion around Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia, learn about the history of I-495, the latest developments of HOT lanes and more.
What are HOT Lanes? Will They Improve Virginia Traffic?
Learn about high-occupancy toll lanes in Northern Virginia, find out how the tolls will work and how they will affect traffic on the Capital Beltway
Washington DC Pedicabs
Learn about pedicabs in Washington DC, an environmentally-friendly way mode of transportation in the nation's capital.
DC Streetcar – New Light Rail System in Washington DC
Learn about Washington DC’s new streetcar system, a 37 mile, 8 line light rail system.