Parking Near the Washington Center:
- Evening Parking: The SEIU Building (Entrance on 18th Street) Central Parking -- 1800 Massachusetts Avenue -- closes at 11:00pm and costs $9.00 after 4:00pm
- Meter Street Parking: $2.30 per hour - Enforced from 7am-10pm within Premium Demand Zones - Enforced from 7am-6:30pm outside of Premium Demand Zones - Check parking meters to see enforced payment times
- Weekend Parking: PMI Garage - Located on 1725 DeSales Street and cost varies by length of time
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Building parking suggestions:
- Atlantic Parking
1776 Massachusetts Avenue
- Central Parking System
1800 Massachusetts Avenue
- 24-Hour Parking
11 Dupont Circle
Entrance is off of New Hampshire Avenue
- Weekend Event(s)
One Time- Flat Fee with Central Parking System
1800 Massachusetts Avenue
Open for Private Function for Flat Fee
Contact(s): Samuel Habte
Title: Parking area manager
Phone: 1 202 641 5517
Title: Parking Attendant
Phone: 1 202 365 2064
- LAZ Parking
1325 18th Street
Phone:1 202 667 3030
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E-scooters provide short individual travel for people within DC and some of the surrounding areas. They are fast and easy to use. The number of e-scooters available drops after 9 pm every weekday. All e-scooters require the companies corresponding app to be downloaded and payment info already established before you can ride. Each city or county has different laws, regulations, and approved riding location for e-scooters.
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Train system provides transportation between Williamsburg and DC, as well as to other locations along the Eastern Seaboard.
DC Metro is fast, clean, and safe. Over 600,000 people use this system every day. On the Metro Rail system, the closest stop to the Washington Center is the Dupont Circle station (located on the Red Line). The closest stop to 450K is the Gallery Place/Chinatown (located on the Red, Green, and Yellow Lines). On Monday-Thursday the Metro Rail system operates from 5:00am-11:30pm. On Friday trains run from 5:00am-1:00am, Saturday trains run from 7:00am-1:00am, and Sunday trains run from 8am-11pm.
MARC Train Service is a commuter rail system whose service areas include Harford County, Maryland; Baltimore City; Washington D.C.; Brunswick, Maryland; Frederick, Maryland and Martinsburg, West Virginia. MARC Train Service operates Monday through Friday with limited weekend service on the Penn Line.
Virginia Rail Express
VRE provides commuter rail service from the Northern Virginia suburbs to Alexandria, Crystal City and downtown Washington, D.C., along the I-66 and I-95 corridors. VRE Train Service operates Monday through Friday.