|Subject: Re: Washington DC|
Hi Graziella and Ziners;
The DC Metro has bus and subway service from BWI into D.C. Below is the info from the BWI Airport website. Hope this helps.
Vince in Philadelphia
Washington Metropolitan Transit Authority (Washington, DC Metro) Metro now offers BWI Express Metro bus service between BWI and the Greenbelt metro station. The service provides a direct connection between BWI and the Greenbelt Metro Station. 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. Buses run 25 times each weekday and 21 times on Saturdays and Sunday, every 40 minutes. For more information call 202-637-7000 or go to www.wmata.com
BWI Express/Metro buses will serve two stops, one at the lower level International Pier and the other is the BWI Business District light rail station. Southbound buses will leave the BWI Business District stop, loop through the airport to the International Pier (lower level) and out Interstate-195 to the BWI Parkway to the Greenbelt Metro Station.
Catch the BWI Express from BWI Airport. Go to the lower level of the International Pier. The B30 will pick you up outside at the bus shelter. Follow the signs that say "Public Transit."
The Greenbelt Metro Station connects to Metro Stations throughout Washington, DC, Virginia, Montgomery and Prince Georges Counties. A route map and schedule is available now on Metro's website, www.wmata.com