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 Washington Metro - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Washington Metro is the public transportation system of Washington, D.C., and neighboring suburban communities in Maryland and Virginia, both inside and outside the Beltway.
bus) services are considered part of the Washington Metro; however, the expression "Washington metro" usually refers to Metrorail exclusively.
The final 103-mile, 83 station system was completed with the opening of the Green Line segment to Branch Ave on January 13, 2001.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Washington_Metro

  
 Union Station (Washington Metro) bei eLexi - das Onlinelexikon
Union Station is a Washington Metro station in Washington, DC on the Red Line.
The station is located in Northeast under Union Station, the main train station for Washington, with two entrances, one inside the station and one at Massachusetts Avenue and 1st Street.
From this station, you can easily transfer to Amtrak and MARC trains, effectively linking the Washington Metro with the nationwide train network.
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 Encyclopedia: Union Station (Washington Metro)
Union Station is a Washington Metro station in Washington, DC on the Red Line.
The station is located in the Northeast quadrant of the city under the western end of Union Station, the main train station for Washington, at which connections can be made to Amtrak intercity trains as well as the Virginia Railway Express and MARC regional rail trains to the suburbs.
The station was originally named "Union Station-Visitor Center" but when the National Visitors Center there failed, it was renamed to Union Station.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Union-Station-(Washington-Metro)

  
 Off-Campus Living
Current routes serve the Law Center, the Arlington, Virginia area (Lee Highway, Wilson Boulevard, and Rosslyn), and the Rosslyn and Dupont Circle Metro Stations.
For further transit information, contact the Metro office at (202) 637-7000 or visit their web site at: http://wmata.com.
Georgetown University Transportation Shuttle- GUTS offers shuttle bus and van transportation on several routes that are heavily traveled by Georgetown students and staff members.
och.georgetown.edu /living/resources

  
 Washington DC union station - Washington DC metro area search engine. Serving DC, Maryland and Virginia.
Union Station (Washington, DC) Union Station is a train station in Washington, DC.
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Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area The Washington-Baltimore Metropolitan Area is the metropolitan area consisting of Washington, DC, Baltimore, Maryland, and parts of Northern Virginia, Central Maryland, and Eastern West Virginia.
www.shopdcmetro.com /Washington-DC-union-station.html

  
 Washington DC Hotels, Luxury hotel DC Area - The Madison Hotel
The Madison, one of Washington DC’s finest hotels, is located four blocks north of the White House and steps from some of the best attractions in DC, including historic Georgetown, The Smithsonian, Foreign Embassies and all the major monuments.
We are proud to be known as “Washington’s Correct Address” among the elite Washington DC Hotels.
Welcome to The Madison, Washington DC’s most luxurious hotel located in the heart of the city.
www.themadisondc.com

  
 Travel.doc
You have to go from these airports to Union Station in Washington, DC in order to take Amtrak to Charlottesville.  Since DCA is right on the metroline it is the easiest airport to access Union Station.
Washington Coach Service is available every 30 minutes to link the West Falls Church (VA) Metrorail Station and the Airport.
The BWI Express/B30 service runs every 40 minutes, 7 days a week to the Greenbelt Metro Station, which is located on the Green Line of the Washington Metro System.
www.virginia.edu /orientation/Travel.doc

  
 The Ethnic Traveler : home
Union Station and Columbus Circle are visible from the bamboo filled courtyard.
Along with the White House, the US Capitol, the Washington Monument and the Lincoln Memorial, be sure to visit one of the many statues scattered throughtout the city honoring legendary Latin American politicans, generals and revolutionaries.
Although the houses that various figures in Black Washington’s landscape are not open to the public, take a stroll through Strivers Row and get a glimpse of African American heritage.
www.orbcommunications.net /ET/wdcheritagetrail.html

  
 Let's Go - Washington, D.C. - Union Station
Union Station also occasionally hosts functional art exhibits, like a recent display of artistically-interpreted Yugo cars.
Most are there to use the Metro or hop on an Amtrak train, but many come to admire Daniel Burnham's monumental Beaux Arts design, which cost $25 million to erect from 1905 to 1908.
The train concourse itself is so expansive that it could fit the Washington Monument if it were lying on its side.
www.letsgo.com /DC/04-Sights-49

  
 Union Station (Washington, DC) Encyclopedia Article, History, Biography - Local Color Art
Union Station is the grand ceremonial train station designed to be the entrance to Washington, DC when it opened in 1907.
Washington's Union Station has featured as a location in numerous movies, not all as memorable as Mr.
Union Station was equipped with a presidential suite (now occupied by a restaurant) that was prompted by the recent assassinations of Presidents James Garfield and
www.quiltplace.com /encyclopedia/Union_Station_%28Washington%2C_DC%29

  
 Media Relations at Trinity College, Washington
Customers who normally board at the Brookland station will need to take a free Metro shuttle bus from the station to either Union Station or Fort Totten, depending on their direction of travel.
Customers travelling to the Brookland station will need to take a free Metro shuttle bus from either Fort Totten or Union Station, depending on their direction of travel.
During this project, there will be no Metrorail service on the Red Line between Fort Totten and Union Station from 9 p.m.
www.trinitydc.edu /news_events/2004/apr16_metro.htm

  
 Washington Convention Center - Press Room
Union Station is 10 blocks east of the Washington Convention Center.
The Washington Flyer Shuttle will go to the West Falls Church Metro Station.
Upon Exiting the Mt. Vernon Square Metro Station, the entrance to the Convention Center will be directly in front of you.
www.dcconvention.com /directions

  
 washington metro transport
The Washington MetroRail system needs to be changed to better serve the many people in the Washington metropolitan area who are now outside the city.
The Washington Metro is the public transportation system of Washington DC and.
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 In Washington
As you climb toward the station, you can see that one track from the yard dives into a cut and stops, and there is a little bit of track going back up out of the cut and under the decending Metro track going the other way.
The Shady Grove end is not that interesting; the Silver Spring end (starting from Union Station) passes lots of interesting stuff, almost all of which is on the north side of the track.
The one on the Red line between Union Station and Rhode Island Ave.
www.trainweb.org /central-md/indc.html

  
 mow-events.FINAL
Place: The Quorum, 56 L St, SE Metro: Green line - Navy Yard station Cost: $10 Tickets: At the door Contact: Barry Douglas 212-989-4692 Reception Honoring Old Lesbians Organizing for Change Time: 8 PM - ?
From the outside the stations are usually marked by a black pillar with a large white "M".
The Metro is made up of several different train lines indicated by a color (Blue, Orange, Red, Yellow and Green).
www.qrd.org /qrd/events/mow/mow-events.FINAL

  
 Visiting the IEEE-USA's Washington Office
Amtrak connects Baltimore Washington International Airport with the Union Station Metro.
Metro serves Washington National Airport and Union Station (Amtrak rail service).
The IEEE-USA Washington office is located just a short walk from either the Farragut North (Red Line) or Farragut West (Blue and Orange Line) Metro stations.
www.ieeeusa.org /about/visit.html

  
 Media Relations at Trinity College, Washington
Please note that Metrorail will be conducting track repairs on the Red Line, and the Red Line will be closed between Union Station and Fort Totten stations over Columbus Day weekend.
From the Brookland Metro station, you can take Metro's free shuttle service to Union Station.
For more information, please visit the Washington Metro web site at: www.wmata.com and click on the announcement on the front page.
www.trinitydc.edu /news_events/2003/oct9_metro.htm

  
 TheCapitol.Net > Visiting Washington, DC > Capitol Hill map and directions
Alternatives include parking at Union Station ( Metro: Union Station) or the Washington Design Center ( Metro: Federal Center SW) and taking the Metro to the Capitol South Metro stop, walking or taking a cab.
The nearest-to-the-Senate-side Metro is the Red Line at Union Station,
Using the Metro is highly recommended as parking in the area is extremely limited.
www.thecapitol.net /MapsAndDirections/capitolhillmap.htm

  
 Travel Information
All Washington DC area airports are accessible from the Metro rapid transit system.
For details on Metro routes and schedules that best suit your travel needs, visit the DC Metro web site at www.metroopensdoors.com.
Fortunately, BWI is now accessible by the DC Metro transit system, via a combination of bus and subway.
www.true-spirit.org /basics/04travel.htm

  
 Smithsonian Institution Archives, Hours, Location, etc.
Greyhound Lines, Inc. and Peter Pan Trailways (1st and L Streets, NE) offer service to downtown Washington, D.C. Near the Union Station Metro stop.
We recommend driving to a Metro station with parking and using the train.
Note: Train service at Union Station includes (1) Amtrak, (2) MARC Maryland Rail Comuter trains, and (3) VRE Virgina Railway Express.
www.si.edu /archives/hours.htm

  
 Metro map
The conference hotels in Washington, D.C., (see map) are located within walking distance of the Convention Center, while the Hyatt Arlington is conveniently located across the street from the Rosslyn, Virginia, Metro station.
There is also a Metro station at Washington National Airport.
Since the Supercomputing '94 hotels are close to the convention center or Metro stations, and there is abundant public transportation, busing will not be provided for conference events.
sc94.ameslab.gov /TRAVEL/metro.html

  
 The Yiddish Voice דאָס ייִדישע קול
The Jewish Program, on the air since 1962, is heard in Montreal on Canadian station CFMB (AM) 1280/Montreal every Sunday from 12:00 to 2:00 p.m., and on Wednesday/Thursday overnight at midnight for one hour (EST).
Seth Rogovoy 's radio show, "The Klezmer Hour" is on Williams College radio station WCFM (91.9 FM), Williamstown, MA, on Mondays from 9 to 10 p.m.
Every Sunday, from 10 to 11 pm at JAI (read khay), an FM station located at 93.6 mHz in Buenos Aires, and 103.6 mHz in Rosario (the third largest city of Argentina); you can listen to the "NAYE YIDDISHE SHO", a radio program from the Argentine IWO (YIVO).
www.klezmorim.com

  
 Troop 6 Goes to Washington
The troop has two different ways of getting to Washington D.C. You can either ride the train down from Metro Park Station, NJ to Union Station, Washington D.C. The train departs Metro Park at 9:39 a.m.
On the way home it will depart Union Station, Washington D.C. at 5:20 p.m.
Then we will be getting around by the Metro around the Washington D.C. Area.
www.troop6wonj.org /washington_trip.htm

  
 Directions to meeting with Eli in Arlington VA
Follow signs to walk from the Amtrak part of Union Station to the Washington Metro Rail (subway) part of the station.
The Intensive site is within walking distance of the Ballston Metro Station on the Orange Line of the Washington Area MetroRail system.
The Washington Flyer Coach Service runs a bus for $8 from Dulles Airport to the West Falls Church Metro Station on the Orange Line (2 stops or 7 min.
www.leela.org /eli/eli_events/directions_2day_dc05.html

  
 Downtown Washington Hotels
1401 Pennsylvania Ave.NW Washington, DC Closest Metro Station:
Washington, DC This hotel is currently closed for renovations.
Drag and Drop Scale: Minutes in walking time.
www.downtownmap.com /dc/html/hotels.html

  
 Washington DC Travel, Metro, Union Station, Subway System
Washington DC Travel, Metro, Union Station, Subway System
1) Continue on I-66 East towards Washington until you cross over the bridge and get in the far left hand lane.
1) Exit the train station by turning LEFT on 1st Street NE and continue 0.1 miles.
www.themadisondc.com /origin_directions.htm

  
 Washington Semester
The Washington Flyer Express bus runs between Dulles and downtown D.C. (15th and K streets, NW, near the McPherson Square Metro station) for $16 one way, $26 round-trip.
Depending on what time and from which station you enter the Metro system, your one-way cost will be from $1.10 to $3.25.
The Dulles Express bus runs from the airport to the nearest Metro station, West Falls Church, for $8 one way, $14 round-trip.
www.washingtonsemester.com /1.wsp/1.4F1.html

  
 UrbanRail.Net > America > USA > Washington, DC - Metro (Subway)
The Washington Metro is one of the newest and certainly one of the most modern metros in the world.
Phase 1 is to begin construction in 2006 from the existing West Falls Church Metro station to Wiehle Avenue on the east edge of Reston.
61 km and 43 stations lie within Washington DC, 61 km (26 stations) are in Maryland and 47 km (20 stations) in Virginia.
www.urbanrail.net /am/wash/washington.htm

  
 To Virginia or DC via public transportation
Metro and VRE transit systems service DC (including Union Station and L'Enfant Plaza) and Virginia.
Metro (rail & buses operated by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority) is the largest public transit system in the DC area.
The most northern stop for both VRE lines is Union Station in DC.
www.rawdc.org /dc/go2dc.html

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