In addition to on-street parking, there are 20 parking lots and garages with over 3,800 total parking spaces.
Through 2020, the garage at 3307 M Street is offering the first hour FREE plus $5 all-day parking, daily!
Guaranteed Parking Reservations
Conveniently secure parking in advance through SpotHero, the nation’s leading parking reservation app. To reserve your parking spot, visit the Georgetown SpotHero Parking Page and book a spot with rates up to 50% off drive-up.
New to SpotHero? Download the SpotHero iPhone or Android app and enter code GEORGETOWN25 for 25% off your first spot on the app!
Rates: $2/hour, Monday through Saturday from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sundays and holidays free!
Parking Restrictions: Please note that parking is not permitted Monday through Friday along M Street and on the 1100-1600 blocks of Wisconsin Avenue, NW from 7 to 9:30 a.m. and 4 to 6:30 p.m.
Residential Street Parking: On-street parking on residential streets in Georgetown is limited to two hours during hours of operation for vehicles without a Zone 2 Residential Parking Permit.
Pay-by-Phone: The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) and Parkmobile have created a citywide pay-by-phone parking system which allows residents, workers and visitors to use your mobile phones to pay for parking. Visit http://us.parkmobile.com/ to easily register.
Valet Parking Program
The Ritz-Carlton Georgetown (3100 South St NW) offers local residents, businesses and their employees a parking program with unlimited 24/7 in-and-out valet services operated by Colonial Parking for as low as $265 per month. One month and six months’ parking are also available for $315 and $295 per month, respectively. For more information, email Helen Chang at Helen.Chang@ritzcarlton.com.
Parking: M Street
3333 M St NW – PMI Parking 3307 M St NW – PMI Parking 3290 M St NW – UniPark Parking 3222 M St NW – Colonial Parking (Shops at Georgetown Park) 3053 M St NW – Colonial Parking 2200 M St NW – Central Parking
Parking: North of M Street
1205 Wisconsin Ave NW – Colonial Parking 1228 31st St NW – Hamilton Court Garage 3220 Prospect St NW – Doggett’s Parking 3251 Prospect St NW – Georgetown Court Parking 1403 Wisconsin Ave NW – Central Parking
The red and yellow-striped DC Circulator bus links cultural, entertainment and business destinations within the city. The Circulator offers two FREE lines in Georgetown: east-west from Georgetown to Union Station via downtown; and from Rosslyn, VA through Georgetown to the Dupont Circle Metro station. For more information and a map, visit www.dccirculator.com.
Ten DC Metrobus lines service Georgetown: 30S, 30N, 31, 33, 38B, D1, D2, D5, D6, and G2.
For routes and trip planning information, visit the Washington Metro Area Transit Authority (WMATA) website at www.wmata.com. To view the Metrobus route map, click here.
By Taxi & Rideshare
Taxicabs can be easily hailed all over Washington, Maryland and Virginia and accept cash and credit cards. To learn about zones and fare-pricing information, check www.godcgo.com, where you can calculate fares to ensure you are getting a fair price for your ride.
App-based ridesharing (Uber, Lyft, and others) is widely available in the District of Columbia, though rules vary for pickups in Virginia and Maryland based on differing state laws. DDOT has installed three passenger pick-up/drop-off zones in Georgetown to serve Uber and Lyft riders. These are curbside locations that are available 24/7 for pick-up and drop-off. We encourage you to go to one of the following locations to hail an Uber, Lyft, or other rideshare service, when possible:
East side of the 1200 block of Wisconsin Avenue (from Tory Burch to John Fluevog)
1066 Wisconsin Avenue (in front of Frye and Bluestone Lane)
3111 K Street (in front of AMC Theater)
The Foggy Bottom-GWU Metro station, located on the blue, orange, and silver lines, is a short 15-minute walk from Georgetown. The Rosslyn, Virginia station, located on the blue, orange, and silver lines, is a short walk across the Key Bridge to Georgetown. Metro riders can also access Georgetown via the DC Circulator bus from the Rosslyn and Dupont Circle Metro stations. For more information, including a map and trip planning feature, visit www.wmata.com.
Potomac Riverboat Company offers a scenic mode of travel around the metropolitan area with a new Wharf Water Taxi that connects The Wharf in Southwest DC with Georgetown. With up to six daily departures from Georgetown’s Washington Harbour (31st & K St), the 25-minute ride is a unique way to experience DC’s waterfront destinations.
The Washington by Water Monuments Cruise also connects Alexandria’s historic waterfront to Georgetown’s. Service is offered from Georgetown’s Washington Harbour as well as the Alexandria City Marina. For schedules and ticketing information please click here.
DC is serviced by two international airports and one national airport: Reagan National Airport (DCA), Dulles International Airport (IAD) and Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI). All airports are accessible by taxi, shared ride van, and public transit.
At Reagan National Airport, the Metro has an elevated station connected to the concourse level of terminals B and C. From here, take the blue line towards the Largo Town Center station and get off at the Foggy Bottom station. Georgetown is a short walk from here. Alternatively, take the blue line towards the Largo Town Center station and get off at the Rosslyn station. From here, board the DC Circulator bus to Georgetown.
You can reach Georgetown from Dulles International Airport by taking the 5A Metrobus towards the L’Enfant Plaza Metro station and get off at the Rosslyn Metro station, where the DC Circulator bus picks up.
If flying into Baltimore Washington International, you can reach Georgetown by taking a free shuttle to BWI Rail Station. Here, purchase tickets for Amtrak or MARC trains which will take you to Union Station. From Union Station you can take the DC Circulator or ride Metro via the red line to Dupont Circle, where you can access the DC Circulator bus.
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Visit goDCgo’s website to find the best way to get to Georgetown. Just enter your starting location and Georgetown destination into the interactive map to get started. The website lists Metro stations, bus lines, walking directions, and more to ensure the most efficient route.
This cyclist-friendly neighborhood is where some of the regions’ best trails converge, from the C&O Canal Towpath and Capital Crescent Trail heading west, to Rock Creek Park Trail traveling north from the waterfront.
Nearly 50 public bike racks are located throughout the commercial district. Use our bike parking map—organized by location and number of rack hoops—to find the nearest one.
Need a Quick Tune-Up?
Our bike fixit repair station is located at the corner of 34th Street and Water Street, across from Georgetown Waterfront Park. The station offers an air pump and a set of retractable tools—including a pair of tire levers, Phillips and flathead screwdrivers, wrenches and a T-25 Torx key. If your bike needs some additional TLC, the professionals at Big Wheel Bikes, Trek Bikes, and Bicycle Pro Shop will get you back on the road in no time.
If you don’t own a bike, Capital Bikeshare has eight stations in Georgetown. The program allows users to check out and return bikes from any of the 400+ stations located throughout DC, Maryland and Virginia. The Georgetown bikeshare stations are located at M & Potomac Streets; K Street and 30th Street at the Washington Harbour; 31st & K Streets; 34th and Water Streets; Wisconsin Avenue and O Street; 37th Street and O Street (Georgetown University); Pennsylvania Avenue and 28th Street; and at the 1000 block of Wisconsin Avenue (Grace Street). Rides are as little as $2. For more about the program, visit www.capitalbikeshare.com.
Advisories & Public Projects
Everyone’s favorite section!
Whether it’s a special event, or necessary infrastructure work, visit this page for upcoming traffic advisories, road closures, or projects we’re aware of that may impact your commute into, out of, or around Georgetown.
If you want to experience the real Georgetown, you have to make a night of it. Quaint inns and luxury hotels offer accommodations for visitors looking for an urban oasis in the heart of DC, and locals interested in a staycation.