Getting Around

Nestled in a historic neighborhood in DC, you can get to and around Georgetown via a host of transportation options, including a free university shuttle, public transit, biking and rideshares. You also have access to three easily reachable airports when traveling home or studying abroad.

A university GUTS bus shuttle is parked in the bus turnaround.
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Free Shuttles

The free Georgetown University Transportation Shuttle (GUTS) connects the Main Campus to downtown DC, Georgetown Law, university offices on Wisconsin Avenue, in Arlington, Virginia, and two metro stations – Rosslyn and Dupont Circle.

A Georgetown student bicycling

Bike, Walk, Run or Ride

At Georgetown, the journey is half the fun. Just outside the gates is a Capital Bikeshare, a bike borrowing service with more than 500 stations and 4,300 bikes in the area. Hop on and enjoy the scenery as you travel to your destination.

A student walks through DuPont Square

The Scenic Route

Our campus is a short scenic walk from the DC Metro, which can transport you almost anywhere in the city. Take a jaunt through our neighborhood to pick up the Red Line DuPont Metro or cross the Key Bridge to hop on the Orange line at Rosslyn.