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GEICO All-Star FanFest Parking and Transporation

Walter E. Washington Convention Center

801 Mount Vernon Place NW
Washington, DC 20001 

Driving Directions

The Convention Center recommends using the following link to obtain directions:


Parking lots near the Walter E. Washington Convention Center:

  • Center City Parking - New York Avenue and 10th street
  • Interpark - 999 Ninth street NW
  • PMI Parking - 900 New York Ave NW
  • Quick Park - 100 H St NW
  • Park America - 700 11th street NW
  • PMI Parking 
  • Marc Parc
  • Doggettt
  • Colonial Parking at Gallery Place
  • Altmans Parking 
  • System Parking 

Public Transportation


The Metrorail system has six color-coded rail lines: Red, Orange, Silver, Blue, Yellow, and Green. The layout of the system makes it possible to travel between any two stations with no more than a single transfer.

ASG FanFest Parking and Transportation Metrorail Hours

Use Metro's Trip Planner to calculate fares and to determine the best way to travel (rail, bus, or both).

Each passenger must pay a fare; however, two children under age five may travel free with a paying passenger.

  • SmarTrip® cards are used to pay fares on both Metrorail and Metrobus.
  • Metrorail fares are variable depending on time-of-day and distance traveled.
  • Regular (non-express) bus fares are the same throughout the system.
  • Metrobus also accepts bills and coins.
  • Save Time and Money with a SmarTrip® Card
  • Get Free/Discounted Transfers: With a SmarTrip® card, Metrobus transfers are free and Metrobus-to-Metrorail transfers are discounted.
  • Avoid Carrying Change: Exact change is required on Metrobus if the fare is paid in cash.
  • Save on a One Day Unlimited Metrorail Pass: A SmarTrip® card with a pre-loaded Metrorail One Day Pass is less expensive when purchased online.
  • If you live in the US, consider purchasing a SmarTrip® card online 10 business days before you travel.
  • SmarTrip® cards are also available at Metrorail vending machines, authorized retailers and Metro sales offices.


  • Metro operates parking facilities at 42 Metrorail stations.
  • Parking is free at Metro-operated lots on weekends and federal holidays. On most weekends, it's easy to find a space at Metro parking lots.
  • Metro-operated lots accept SmarTrip® cards and major credit cards to pay for parking.

Car Sharing

Through a partnership with Enterprise CarShare, Metro offers car sharing at select Metrorail stations and around the region at locations convenient to Metrobus. You can ride Metro and then pick up a car just steps from the train or bus to run errands, shop or reach any other business or social event not easily accessible via transit.

Car sharing is available in Metro Kiss & Ride lots at 45 of the 91 Metrorail stations (see station pages for locations) and many other neighborhood locations both near Metrorail stations without Kiss & Ride lots and elsewhere in the region. Enterprise CarShare offers several different plans. Register on their website, then reserve and pick up a car when you need it. A range of vehicles are available for members to choose from, including compact cars, vans, pickup trucks, and even some hybrid cars! See the Enterprise CarShare website for further details.

Washington, D.C. Taxi Companies

  • Taxi Cab Co of DC - (202)-546-7900
  • Taxi Transportation Service - (202)-398-0500
  • V.I.P Cab Company - (202)-269-9000
  • OnCabs Washington, DC - (202)-601-3768
  • Red Cab DC - (202)-285-1632
  • Icon Cab - (202)-370-6364
  • Grand Cab - (202)-269-6690
  • Airport connection TAXI - (202)-393-2110

Capital Bikeshare

  • Become a member online or purchase a short-term pass at a kiosk to use the Capital Bikeshare system.
  • Find an available bike nearby, and get a ride code or use your bike key to unlock it.
  • Take as many short trips as you want while your pass or membership is active.
  • Return your bike to any station, and wait for the green light on the dock to make sure it's locked.

For more info, visit

DC Street Car

The DC Streetcar is a surface streetcar network in Washington, D.C. As of 2017, it consists of only one line: a 2.2-mile segment running in mixed traffic along H Street and Benning Road in the city's Northeast quadrant.

Price: Ride for free! DC Streetcar is currently free to ride. DC Streetcar will remain free to residents and visitors of the corridor until DDOT announces a change in fare policy.

July 5 - 9, 2019
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