Metrobus and Metrorail
The University is served by the G2, D2 and D6 Metrobuses routes. Check the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority
(WMATA) website for schedules, or call WMATA at (202) 637-7000. Riders can connect to GUTS shuttles
at Rosslyn on the Blue/Orange/Silver Line and Dupont Circle on the Red Line. GUTS schedules can be found here
DC Circulator bus
The DC Circulator bus has routes along Wisconsin Avenue and M Street and provides frequent, low-cost service to downtown D.C. and Rosslyn. Schedules and route maps can be found at dccirculator.com
Georgetown employees who use Metrobus and Metrorail can sign up for Smart Benefits -- which allows you to automatically designate funds via payroll deduction on a pre-tax basis. To sign up, bring your SmarTrip card
to the OTM office. Thereafter, OTM will download the benefit directly into the card's account each month. Users may then tap the SmarTrip card at the station or on the bus to activate that month's benefit. Any unused benefits during the month will be rolled over by WMATA to your account (transportation purse) for future use. Please visit the WMATA website
for additional details.
Bicycles ridden on campus must be registered with the Department of Public Safety (DPS)
. Bicycles must be parked in bicycle racks or other spaces or areas designated for their use and must be parked clear of sidewalks, ramps, building entrances and handrails/fences. Bicycles can only be operated along designated "Bike Path" areas. Any bicycle parked in violation of the regulations governing bicycles on the campus will be cited and impounded. For more information, visit Bicycling at Georgetown
Two docking stations for this region-wide bicycle sharing system are located near the Georgetown campus. One is located just outside the front gates at 37th and O Streets, and a second is at 34th St. and Wisconsin Avenue. For additional information, visit http://www.capitalbikeshare.com/
Zipcar is an easy way to get around town, and cars are conveniently located on campus in Lot 3 adjacent to McDonough Gym and on Tondorf Road between Reiss and Henle. Additional locations convenient to campus can also be found near the Rosslyn and Dupont Metro stops, at the CVS on Wisconsin and O Streets, and at the Law Center. It's easy to sign up
, reserve and drive!
A taxi stand is located at the Georgetown Conference Center entrance.
Wisconsin Avenue Satellite Parking
Satellite parking is available at the Harris Building, 3300 Whitehaven Parkway, NW. Satellite parkers may use the Wisconsin Avenue GUTS service
which runs between 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. Satellite parkers may move their vehicles onto campus to the Southwest Garage after 5:00 p.m. by showing the parking attendant their parking pass. Direct access to the Southwest Garage is available from the Canal Road entrance. Satellite parkers may also use the Southwest Garage on weekends.
Rosslyn Satellite Parking (closed to new parkers)
Satellite parking in Rosslyn is closed to new parkers. Current satellite parkers may use the free shuttle service
to and from campus, which is provided between 4:45 a.m. and 12 a.m. by the
Rosslyn GUTS bus
. Individuals who must work late may move their
vehicles onto campus to the Southwest Garage after 5:00 p.m. by using
their GOGard, and will be admitted by showing the
parking attendant their satellite parking key card. Satellite
parkers may also use the Southwest Garage on weekends.
Guaranteed Ride Home
What is Guaranteed Ride Home?
This service, offered via the Commuter Connections web service, provides commuters with a FREE and reliable ride home when one of life's unexpected emergencies arise.
Who is eligible?
Commuters who travel to work at least two days per week using one of the following options:
When can I use GRH?
- Carpool or vanpool
- Bus or train
Registered commuters may use this program up to four times a year (starting with their official date of registration). Service is available Monday through Friday from 6am-10pm.
For what may this service be used? Guaranteed Ride Home may only be used in cases of unexpected personal or family emergency, unexpected illness, or unscheduled overtime. Unscheduled overtime must be confirmed by the commuter's supervisor.
For what may it NOT be used?
GRH may NOT be used for previously scheduled medical appointments, trips to the hospital or emergency room, personal errands, transit service disruptions and/or delays, business-related travel, working late without supervisor's request, weather emergencies, any type of building closing or evacuations and natural disasters.
How do I register? Registration is free. Visit the Commuter Connections website
or call 1-800-745-RIDE (7433).
Limited charter service is available by prior arrangement. Charter requests must be made at least 30 days in advance. Contact OTM at firstname.lastname@example.org
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