Faculty and Staff

Options for faculty and staff to travel to campus include:

UNIVERSITY SHUTTLE (GUTS)

The free Georgetown University Transportation Shuttle (GUTS) connects Georgetown University with the Rosslyn metro station on the Orange, Blue, and Silver Lines, and the Dupont Circle metro station on the Red Line. Click here for all the GUTS routes and schedules.

University departments can also request charters for events, conferences, and other uses. Learn more about requesting charter services.

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

Georgetown University is well served by a number of public transportation routes, including Metrobus, Circulator, and Metrorail (connecting via GUTS). Read more about taking the bus or train to campus

Employees are also eligible for pre-tax public transit benefits by enrolling in SmartBenefits. Click here to learn more about SmartBenefits.

BICYCLING

Georgetown University is a bike-friendly campus and offers many resources to employees who bike to campus, including bike parking, showers for bike commuters, and discounted Capital Bikeshare memberships. Learn more about biking to Georgetown.

CAR2GO

Car2Go, the carsharing service, is an option for faculty and staff to drive to and from campus. Car2Go vehicles can be parked in most on-street spaces and there are four reserved Car2Go spaces on campus. Learn more about Car2Go and sign up for a free membership.

ZIPCAR

Zipcar is another carsharing service available that allows employees to rent vehicles by the hour. There are eight designated Zipcar parking spaces on campus. Learn more about using Zipcar at Georgetown, including for departmental use.

CARPOOLING

Carpooling with other employees is a great way to save money, reduce stress, and get to know other Hoyas. Georgetown University offers deep discounts on parking to those that carpool. Sign up for carpooling here and find others near you looking to carpool.

DRIVING AND PARKING

The university provides limited on-campus parking for faculty and staff and the university encourages employees to travel to campus using an alternate mode. On-street parking spaces require vehicles to have a Zone 2 parking permit from the District of Columbia and university strongly discourages employees from parking on the street. Learn more about parking facilities and parking rates on campus.