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Getting to Regional Airports

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Driving or taking a cab isn’t the only way to get to the three major regional airports. Check out all your options below:


Baltimore Washington International Airport (BWI)

Getting to BWI from DC

Metrorail to Metrobus: Take the Green Line on Metrorail to the Greenbelt Station. From there, take the B30 Metrobus to the airport. Click here for the B30 timetable.

Metrorail to MARC Train: Take the Red Line on Metrorail to Union Station, located at Massachusetts Avenue and First Street, NE. From there, take the MARC train via the Penn Line to the BWI Marshall Rail Station.

Note: Adjacent to the BWI Marshall Rail Station garage, passengers have access to free shuttle services to the front door of the Main Terminal building. Distinguished by MARC/Amtrak signage, shuttles run every 12 minutes from 5:00 am to 1:00 am daily and every 25 minutes from 1:00 am to 5:00 am. Click here for more information.

Metrorail to Amtrak Train: Take the Red Line on Metrorail to Union Station, located at Massachusetts Avenue and First Street, NE. From there, take the Amtrak train via the Northeast Regional or Acela Express Lines to the BWI Marshall Rail Station. Amtrak services the airport from Union Station on weekends at a slightly higher fare.

Note: Adjacent to the BWI Marshall Rail Station garage, passengers have access to free shuttle services to the front door of the Main Terminal building. Distinguished by MARC/Amtrak signage, shuttles run every 12 minutes from 5:00 am to 1:00 am daily and every 25 minutes from 1:00 am to 5:00 am. Click here for more information.

Getting to DC from BWI

Metrobus to Metrorail: Passengers leaving the airport can take the B30 Metrobus to the Greenbelt Metrorail Station. Click here for the B30 timetable.

MARC Train to Metrorail: From the BWI Marshall Rail Station, the MARC train via the Penn Line will take passengers directly to Union Station, located at Massachusetts Avenue and First Street, NE.

Note: From the lower level of the Main Terminal building, passengers can exit through doors 1 & 2, 8 & 9, 14 & 15, and 17 & 18 to access free shuttle services to BWI Marshall Rail Station. Distinguished by MARC/Amtrak signage, shuttles run every 12 minutes from 5:00 am to 1:00 am daily and every 25 minutes from 1:00 am to 5:00 am. Click here for more information.

Amtrak Train to Metrorail: From the BWI Marshall Rail Station, the Amtrak train via the Northeast Regional or Acela Express Lines will take passengers directly to Union Station, located at Massachusetts Avenue and First Street, NE. Amtrak services Union Station from the airport on weekends at a slightly higher fare.

Note: From the lower level of the Main Terminal building, passengers can exit through doors 1 & 2, 8 & 9, 14 & 15, and 17 & 18 to access free shuttle services to BWI Marshall Rail Station. Distinguished by MARC/Amtrak signage, shuttles run every 12 minutes from 5:00 am to 1:00 am daily and every 25 minutes from 1:00 am to 5:00 am. Click here for more information.

Dulles International Airport

Getting to Dulles from DC

Metrorail to Washington Flyer Bus: Take the Orange Line on Metrorail. Get off at the West Falls Church station and follow the signs to the Washington Flyer bus stop. You can purchase tickets from the bus driver and the bus will take you directly to the front door of the Main Terminal. Click here for more information about the Washington Flyer, including ticket prices and schedule.

Metrobus: The 5A route operates express service to Dulles and arrives at the 2E curb location. You can catch the 5A from the Herndon/Monroe Park & Ride Lot, the Tysons-Westpark Transit Station and the Rosslyn and L’Enfant Plaza Metrorail Stations. Click here for a timetable.

Note: Metro is currently in the process of constructing a Silver Line, which will take customers directly to and from Dulles International Airport. Metro has slated 2016 as a grand opening date.

Getting to DC from Dulles

Washington Flyer Bus to Metrorail: The Washington Flyer bus will take passengers from the front door of the Main Terminal directly to West Falls Church Metrorail Station on the Orange Line. Click here for more information about the Washington Flyer, including ticket prices and schedule.

Metrobus: In order to access the 5A Metrobus, passengers should head towards the 2E curb. From there, the 5A will drop passengers off at the following stops: Herndon/Monroe Park & Ride Lot, the Tysons-Westpark Transit Station and the Rosslyn and L’Enfant Plaza Metrorail Stations. Click here for a timetable.

Note: Metro is currently in the process of constructing a Silver Line, which will take customers directly to and from Dulles International Airport. Metro has slated 2016 as a grand opening date.

Reagan National Airport

Getting to Reagan National from DC

Metrorail: Take either the Blue or Yellow Line on Metrorail and get off at the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport Station. Directions from the station platform to Terminal A, B or C are available on the airport’s website.

Metrobus: Early Morning Weekend Service - The 13F, G  provides service to the airport on Saturday and Sunday mornings between the hours of 5:50 and 8:00 am. For more information, including pick-up locations, click here.

Getting to DC from Reagan National

Metrorail: In order to get into DC from Ronald Reagan National Airport, from Terminal A, B or C, passengers can take either the Blue or Yellow Line on Metrorail into the metropolitan area.

Metrobus: Early Morning Weekend Service - The 13F, G provides service to and from the airport on Saturday and Sunday mornings between the hours of 5:50 and 8:00 am. For more information, including pick-up locations, click here.