Customize a Get Around Guide detailing transportation options near your hotel and messaging for your website and marketing materials.
Education & Workshops
On-site training to educate concierge and guest services staff about transit options, including Capital Bikeshare.
Digital displays providing real-time transit details to keep visitors informed of all nearby transportation options.
Event Travel Coordination
Consultation on event travel coordination from permitting to valet bike parking and Capital Bikeshare Corral Service.
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Hospitality Ambassadors Program
The Hospitality Ambassadors Program seeks to recognize hotels and lodging providers for their commitment to sustainable transportation. Offering visitors and guests a multitude of transportation options, information, and access to amenities is an exceptional contribution to the guest travel experience around the Nation’s Capitol.
Getting people to your event has never been easier!
Your attendees’ event experience begins as soon as they leave their front door. Dive into the Core Four, our step-by-step solutions to your attendees’ most common transportation questions and challenges.
Support and promote the use of sustainable transportation as a way for attendees to get to your event by following these recommendations.
With Capital Bikeshare Corral Service, your attendees are guaranteed an open dock (or bike parking space). Five hours of Corral Service costs $3,000. Ask about our availability. Don’t forget, events using Corral Service are also promoted on Capital Bikeshare’s social media channels reaching nearly 15,000 followers!
Think coat checks for bikes. Allow a large number of bikes to be securely stored at your event with valet bike parking. goDCgo coordinates the order and you cover the cost of the guaranteed bike parking, which makes the service free for all attendees! Place an order today.
goDCgo develops tailored Get Around Guides that include a map of transportation options to your event. Mail or email these complementary pieces to your attendees and show you’ve got their travel needs covered. Request a free Get Around Guide.
Make it easy for attendees to consider sustainable transportation to your event by placing the information front and center. goDCgo curates customized transportation options for the ‘Getting Here’ section of your website. Let us do the research and provide you with publish-ready content. Submit a request.
Make your event accessible by motorcoach. goDCgo offers comprehensive information including maps, parking rules, regulations and motorcoach best practices. Encourage operators to learn more at goDCgo.com/motorcoach.
The District of Columbia has unique criteria for special event approval, starting with an event proposal and letter of intent to the Mayor’s Special Events Task Group. Let us walk you through the city’s requirements, detailed in the Special Events Planning Guide.
goDCgo is an invaluable asset to our hotel staff and visitors. We regularly take advantage of their brochure ordering services and their custom Get Around Guides make getting to and from our location a breeze–not to mention it’s all free!
Yarnell, Director of Front Office – Westin Georgetown
Each year, the District receives its highest number of visitors during peak tourism season from April to August. Vist our motorcoach page for an overview of rules, regulations, programs, changes, and events related to Motorcoach operations in Washington, DC.
Matthew is the Client Services Manager for the Hospitality and Tourism Program at goDCgo. He can help your business offer more amenities to visitors through complimentary transportation resources and consulting services tailored to the specific needs of your venue.
Washington, DC hosts more than 21.3 million visitors each year! Cater to your guests’ needs with simple and fun “getting-there” experiences.
Getting to the Cherry Blossoms
Cherry blossom season is probably the District’s most beautiful time of year, as well as the busiest! Taking place from March 20 to April 12, 2020, the National Cherry Blossom Festival attracts thousands of visitors every year. Skip traffic and the search for parking by taking public transit instead!
Getting to the National Mall
With more than 24 million visitors from around the world each year, the Mall is an international stage where people gather for celebrations and commemorations. A popular destination with limited parking, the best way to access the Mall is by public transit.
Getting to Nats Park
Baseball season is finally here and the Nationals are gearing up for another exciting season. Located along the Anacostia River, Nationals Park is centrally located in one of DC’s fastest-growing neighborhoods. Avoid the hassle of driving and get to the ballpark car-free.
Getting to Audi Field
The DC United franchise has a new home! Audi Field is a soccer-specific stadium at Buzzard Point just a few blocks from Nationals Park. To make sure transportation is a breeze, check out our guide with different options to travel sustainably to the field.
Getting to Dulles Intl Airport (IAD)
The biggest and busiest airport in the metro DC area, the Washington Dulles International Airport is located 45 minutes west of DC in Virginia. Currently, the best way to access IAD is by bus, but Metrorail’s Silver Line will service the airport upon it’s completion in 2020.
Join goDCgo in celebrating the District's Second Annual Telework Week on March 2-6, 2020! DC Commuters who have the option to telework experience less stress, are more productive, and save time and money
Join goDCgo in celebrating the District’s Second Annual Telework Weekon March 2-6, 2020! DC Commuters who have the option to telework experience less stress, are more productive, and save time and money by removing their commute. This week is a great opportunity to promote your telework policy at your organization or explore the option of implementing a formal telework policy.
The nation’s greatest springtime celebration returns to fill four weeks with free family events, many with Japanese influences, a nod to the gift of the trees in 1912 from
The nation’s greatest springtime celebration returns to fill four weeks with free family events, many with Japanese influences, a nod to the gift of the trees in 1912 from the Mayor of Tokyo to the citizens of Washington, DC. Among the signature events: the Pink Tie Party (March 20), the Opening Ceremony (March 21), the Blossom Kite Festival (March 28), the National Cherry Blossom Festival Parade (April 4) and Petalpalooza (April 11).