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Hi, I am flying into BWI to stay in D.C. for the Inauguration on 1/19 and traveling back on the morning of 1/23. I have currently booked a Super Shuttle for travel both ways to and from the airport (for a cost of $104 for 2 people), but I am concerned about being stuck in insane traffic for hours due to all the people traveling to Washington D.C. then. I had originally considered taking the shuttle bus from BWI to the Greenbelt Metro station (particularly since the fare calculator puts the cost at $9 each way per person) but see that process takes 90 minutes even without factoring in delays due to overcrowding. I am concerned that with those buses running only every 20 mins (I guess normally it is only every 40 though), that I could be sitting for over an hour waiting for a bus with room. Beyond that, I am concerned about the Metro crowds and having luggage through that process. I see some have posted that a better option could be the MARC into new-jersey then switch to the Metro. I don't quite understand the difference between that and going from Greenbelt Metro. And for some reason I can't get the MARC website to load for me right now. Any ideas on the cost? I see many people posting that the MARC is sold out on Inauguration day but don't see anything about the days I am traveling. Also, does the MARC pick up directly at the airport (IE wouldn't require bus travel), thats a big plus to me, could be worth an additional cost. Thanks in advance for the help, just trying to decide what option will best optimize my time and money since I am not from the area.
The MARC trains normally run from BWI into Union Station in Washington. The MARC station at BWI Airport is about a mile (roughly) from the airport terminal, BUT there are free shuttles that run constantly from the airport terminal to the MARC station. I know MARC is increasing their service into new-jersey for inauguration weekend but don't know specifically how much (they don't usually run on Saturdays at all but might be this weekend because of inauguration... I'd keep checking their website). The shuttle from BWI to the Greenbelt Metro is normally pretty easy; but as you stated it takes more time than SuperShuttle and could be even worse this weekend due to increased traffic. However, it's just as likely that the SuperShuttle will hit traffic as the Metro bus will. The only advantage to SuperShuttle is that you're guaranteed a seat on the shuttle. That said, I'd actually consider taking the Greenbelt metro shuttle and then the Metro into downtown from there though. Of course, Monday will be the busiest day for inauguration day travel downtown. There will still be several people traveling to new-jersey and the new-jersey area traffic is horrendous even without this major event going on, but I think this will be your most cost-effective option and although it'll be crowded, it will work relatively easily. I am certain the entire Metro system will have plenty of staff around to ensure things run as smoothly as possible.
You might want to consider AMTRAK or the MARC train. They let you out at Union Station. It is possible to get a cab from there to your hotel. The 19th is a Saturday and the Inauguration isn't taking place until Monday. You should be fine back and forth. The Super Shuttle is fine, too. You might save money with a bus, but if you can afford to travel by shuttle or train, why not do it. It really depends upon the time of your flight. Just get an early, early start on Monday. They've closed the Metro stations nearest the swearing in because of security concerns. Don't worry about Saturday travel into D.C. by train or bus. I assume you'll be staying here rather than in Baltimore. In that case, it should really be just fine.
Well I would have said that you absolutely should use MARC into DC, but it doesn't run on Saturdays! However, the Amtrak trains run between BWI and downtown new-jersey on a set schedule, so check into it in advance, knowing that there could be delays so allow extra time. It should be way faster than the super shuttle and more reliable! Plus, a supershuttle has few if any recourses if you're late. Whereas the train will get you there no matter what, even if you have to exchange your tickets to a later train. There is a free shuttle bus from BWI to the train station, and it takes about 20 minutes but allow half an hour.
Perhaps if you said WHERE in new-jersey (it does make a difference for your choices) you were staying and WHEN (what time of day), you could get even better advice. new-jersey traffic is insane no matter what, but the shuttle drivers are crazy and can get you where you need to go. Honestly, your trip Saturday will be easy.....should be no worse than usual. Your trip on the 23 will be a monster as you will have to deal with new-jersey rush hour to get to BWI. The difference in MARC and metro is, MARC is for commuter rail (hence it doesn't run on the weekend) that runs from BWI to Union Staion. However, as you are traveling on Saturday, it is not an option for you on that day. The metro is the subway with multiple stops along the way and uses various lines. MARC is quicker (only 4 stops from BWI on the Penn Line) and costs $6 one way for that distance. If you want to make your flight on the 23rd, stick with your shuttle.
The B30 runs from BWI to the Greenbelt Metro station (inexperienced Line) each 40 minutes. It was once a tremendous hassle to get from the gate subject to the bus field, but with some renovations, it can be now not so dangerous. Greenbelt is the end of the green Line and the way on the whole trains run depends on what day it's and what time of day. And as any person stated, the bus fare is lovely low priced. But you'll be able to also must pay Metro fare to get into DC. Incidentally, Dulles is not in DC, however roughly 30 miles away. There may be the Washington Flyer shuttle, which may be very at ease, however it's $9 one way and $sixteen round trip. It takes you to West Falls Church station on the Orange Line, about a half-hour go back and forth, then you need to journey Metro into the city. All in all, i'd rather fly into Dulles than BWI as it can be less painful to me. But probably the most convenient is flying into national Airport (I REFUSE to make use of the name Congress caught on it) on the grounds that there is a Metro station right there.
Try Greyhound bus to New Carrollaton or Union Station.
Why worry about what might be, and stick with what it is now. If you bought the tickets, you will be going. Yes the ground transportation will be bogged down, but so what ? You will make it.