Sustainable, High Performance and Technology Solutions for the Built Environment
Washington Convention Center, Washington, DC
Friday, December 7
Noon – 5pm
Happy Hour Reception 4 - 5pm
Thursday, December 6
10am - 3pm
7am - 5pm
Wednesday, December 5
7am - 5pm
Thursday, December 6
7am – 3pm
Rail, Public & Flight Travel
Washington, D.C. is easily accessible by air, rail and road, giving you many traveling options. With 3 airports to choose from, Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA), Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) and Baltimore Washington International Airport (BWI), servicing more international and domestic locations than most other cities. When it comes to getting around the city, DC has one of the safest, cleanest, and most efficient public transportation systems in the world. Metro, the D.C. subway system, stops within walking distance of most of DC’s hotels, attractions and other points of interest for visitors. The newest transportation option, the DC Circulator, offers quick and easy connections between downtown and the National Mall, Union Station and Georgetown and even runs a seasonal loop around the National Mall for just $1 per ride. In a city where VIPs or heads of state travel through on a regular basis, private transportation solutions also abound in the District. We have provided a variety of information to make your trip to Ecobuild America in Washington, D.C. a smooth and enjoyable one. To quickly access the specific information you need and special event discount codes, please choose from the pull down menu in the top navigation bar.
For International Travelers
Union Station is the main hub for AMTRAK, MARC and some Metro lines. In addition to being a transportation hub, this historic and magnificent building is filled with shops, restaurants and movie theatres.
Metro and Bus Transportation
The Metrorails are available to downtown and the Convention Center has its own Metro Station (Mt.Vernon Square/Convention Center) on the Yellow/Green Line making it convenient for exhibitors and attendees. Metrorail and Metrobus provide the safest, cleanest and most efficient way of getting around Washington, DC and the metropolitan suburbs. Five rail lines and an extensive bus system connect the District with the Maryland and Virginia suburbs. Train lines are named for colors: Red, yellow, blue, green, and orange.
We also suggest the Circulator which offers continuous bus transportation between Union Station and downtown locations, including the DC Convention Center. The fare is $1.00. The Circulator runs from 7am-9pm daily. For more information call 202-962-1423.
Reagan National Airport is the closest airport to the Washington Convention Center. Taxi fare to downtown is $20 and Metrorail's Yellow line stops at the airport and at the Convention Center. Also, Washington Flyer and Super Shuttle now offer service from the airport to downtown hotels.
Baltimore/Washington International Airport
Located 30 miles east of Washington, DC and offering a full range of domestic and international flights. More than 50 Amtrak and commuter trains travel between Washington, DC's Union Station and the BWI rail station. Monday-Friday. Super Shuttle offers door-to-door service between BWI and your Washington, DC or suburban hotel, office or home.
Washington Dulles International Airport
Located 26 miles west of Washington, DC and offering a full range of domestic and international flights. Taxi fare to downtown is approximately $50. Washington Flyer provides bus service to downtown hotels, with departures every 45 minutes, and SuperShuttle offers door to door service.