How To Get Around Georgetown – Public Transportation
A great thing about Georgetown University is that it offers wonderful public transportation options for those that don’t have a car with you. To be honest, there’s no real need to have a car to be able to get around Washington DC as there are great public transportation options.
With services like the Metrorail, Metrobus and DC Circulator buses, it’s hassle free living compared to owning a car when going to school at Georgetown University.
How To Get Around Georgetown
It should be noted that there is not a Metrorail station on the campus of Georgetown, but you can take a university shuttle for free that will connect you to both the Dupont Circle metro station and the Rosslyn metro station. If you need to get to a different station, you can also take a Metrobus to other stations close by.
There are 2 public buses that will stop at Georgetown University and the surrounding neighborhood; these include the G2 bus and the D6 bus. The G2 bus will stop at 37th and O Streets, while the D6 bus will stop alongside Reservoir Road at the north entrance of Georgetown University and the Medstar Georgetown University Hospital.
If you want to connect to the Dupont Circle, Metro Center, Farragut West or Farragut North Metro stations, the D6 bus is a good option for this.