Washington, D.C. is serviced by three airports â€“ Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA), Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) and Baltimore Washington Airport (BWI).
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) is approximately five miles from the Convention Center and our contracted hotels. The cab fare from DCA to the Convention Center is about $15 - $20. You can always take the Metro to the Convention Center area from DCA. Take the Yellow Line toward Mt. Vernon and get off at Mt. Vernon Square/7th Street Convention Center. The ride is about 25 minutes.
Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) is located in Dulles, Va., and is approximately 30 miles from the Convention Center and our contracted hotels. The cab fare from IAD to the Convention Center is about $65.
Baltimore Washington Airport (BWI) is located in Baltimore, Md., and is approximately 40 miles from the Convention Center. but with traffic could take up to an hour. If you take a taxi it could cost about $85. However, if you would like to the Metro into town you can hop on the B30 bus towards the Greenbelt station. Once you arrive at the Greenbelt station, board the train on the Green Line toward Branch Ave. You will get off at the Mt. Vernon Square/7th Street Convention Center station. Your trip will take you about an hour.
Check out each airport's passenger information for details on parking, amenities and services.
United Airlines is pleased to offer discounts of 2% to 10% off published fares. Save an additional 3% off by booking your own reservations at www.united.com. Choose your flight times, and access your meeting discounts by inserting ZPRV460636 in the Offer Code box. Or Call your travel professional or United Meetings at 800-426-1122 for reservations. Refer to Z Code ZPRV and Agreement Code: 460636.
Go Airport Express offers shared ride services to all downtown hotels. Fares and group discounts are available when you make reservations.
SuperShuttle Washington offers shared ride services to all downtown hotels from DCA, IAD and BWI. Special arrangements for groups can be made by calling 703-416-2661.
Limousines and car services are available at DCA, IAD and BWI, but require advanced reservations.
The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (Metro) is a safe, inexpensive and efficient way to travel around Washington, D.C. The Metro serves 86 stations and has 106 miles of track. The Mt. Vernon Square/7th Street-Convention Center station is on the Metro yellow line. Upon exiting the Mt. Vernon Square/7th Street-Convention Center station, the entrance to the Convention Center will be right in front of you. Plan your trip in advance by using the Metro's Trip Planner or by calling 202-962-1234 for more information.
Amtrak serves Washington, D.C., with approximately 50 trains arriving and departing daily. To purchase tickets, visit the Amtrak website or call 800-USA-RAIL for more information. The Washington, D.C. â€“ Union Station (WAS) is approximately one-and-a-half miles from the Convention Center.
For safe, enjoyable and affordable travel to Washington, D.C., consider using Greyhound bus services. Reservations can be made at reduced rates online or by calling 202-289-5141. The Greyhound station is located approximately two miles from the Convention Center.
Washington, D.C., is accessible by several major interstates and highways:
- I-95 (north-south)
- I-395 (south)
- I-270 (connects to I-76 and I-70 to the north)
- I-66 (west)
- I-495 (The Beltway â€“ inner and outer rings of D.C.)
Conference hotels are all within walking distance of the Convention Center and many other D.C. attractions, restaurants and entertainment options. Bring your family with you to Washington, D.C., and plan activities after Conference sessions and events. Conference sessions will end on Saturday morning, so stay the weekend and explore Washington, D.C. For more information regarding tours and attractions please visit Destination DC.