Transportation and Parking
Getting to Campus
Georgetown University’s main campus is located at 3700 O Street, NW, Washington, DC 20057. Residing in a city provides numerous transit options, and we strongly encourage visitors to take public transportation when making their way to the Hilltop.
Given that DC residents rely heavily on public transportation, taxis are plentiful. Popular taxi services include the following:
Yellow Cab Company (202) 544-1212
Springfield Taxi (703) 451-2255
For those arriving by Metrobus, the primary bus line that services the University is the G2 P Street – LeDroit Park Line which stops at the University’s Front Gates. Additional Metrobus options with stops elsewhere in the Georgetown neighborhood include the D2 Glover Park – Dupont Circle Line and the 38B Ballston – Farragut Square Line. Please explore the WMATA’s website for a schedule of bus arrivals and departures.
The Circulator buses provide alternate bus service to the Georgetown area. Buses feature a $1 fare and run conveniently every 10 minutes. Guests can choose from two Circulator lines — the Dupont Circle – Georgetown – Rosslyn line or the Georgetown – Union Station line — for stops in the Georgetown neighborhood. Please see DC Circulator’s website for more details.
If you wish to walk to campus, the sidewalks around Washington D.C. are very accessible and easy to navigate. View a general map of the Georgetown neighborhood.
If you prefer to drive to Georgetown’s campus, please note that, due to high traffic and congestion in the Georgetown area, parking can be difficult. Therefore, while the University has extremely limited parking, we strongly encourage visitors to utilize parking garages in the Georgetown neighborhood. This will also allow you to fully explore both Georgetown’s campus and the surrounding area.
If you are unable to find parking at one of the locations below, two-hour street parking may be available on the streets surrounding campus; however, please be advised that the two-hour time limit is strictly enforced and your campus visit will likely exceed two hours.
Below you will find a list of parking garages within walking distance of the University. Additionally, for those familiar with the popular parking service, Spothero, this can be a helpful resource for finding discounted parking in the neighborhood. The Spothero app can be found here:
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- Worldwide Parking Solution: 3251 Prospect Street, NW, Washington, DC 20007
- Georgetown Park Garage: 1080 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20007
- Flour Mill Office Building Garage: 3256 Water Street, NW, Washington, DC 20007
The University’s Office of Transportation Management oversees all campus roadways and parking lots. Additional questions may be directed to the Office of Transportation Management at email@example.com or 202-687-4372.
The Southwest Garage is open to University visitors. Campus visitors can enter the garage via the entrance at 3611 Canal Road, NW, Washington, DC 20057. Visitors should pull a ticket from the gate dispenser to enter the garage, and upon exiting, visitors can bring the ticket to the Pay Station on the ground floor lobby of Kennedy Hall to pay with cash or credit card or pay by credit card at the exit gate.
Visitor Parking Rates
- Daily Parking Rate: $25
- Daily Parking (after 3 p.m.): $15
- Daily Parking (after 7 p.m.): $10
Please note that all daily passes expire 12:01 am the following day except on University holidays.
We encourage guests with mobility limitations to be dropped off at the University’s Front Gates, found at 3700 O Street, NW, prior to parking, if possible. ADA accessible parking can be found in the Southwest Garage on-campus. Visitors with valid handicap permits may park in designated parking spaces in the Southwest Garage and pay the posted rate upon exit.
For guests requiring walking accommodations or ADA-accessible paths, please reference the University’s Barrier-Free Routes webpage.
For more information about Father Davis Weekend 2023, please contact Candace Mosely, program coordinator, by phone at 202-687-4744 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.