Getting Around

Capitol Hill is easily accessible by many forms of public transportation including Metrorail, DC Circulator, and Capital Bikeshare.


The neighborhood is serviced by Blue, Orange, and Silver Metro lines including Capitol South, Eastern Market, and Potomac Avenue stops. Union Station is also accessible on the Red Metro line.

Public Buses & DC Circulator

Ride the DC Circulator! For just $1 you can jump on these bright red buses every ten minutes for a quick ride through Capitol Hill all the way to Nationals Ballpark or Anacostia.

There are two Circulator routes that run service within the BID’s boundaries:

You can also take a Circulator bus to Georgetown from Union Station.

DC Circulator Website

Ride the Metro Bus by hopping on one of the 12 stops in the neighborhood!

  • West/East  30N, 30S, 32, 34, 36, 39, 96, 97, DCN22
  • North/South 90, 92, 93

Metro Bus Website

Capital Bikeshare

Capital Bikeshare offers sixteen stations within the BID’s boundaries, which at maximum capacity can dock over 300 bikes, providing an innovative and environmentally-friendly way to get around and explore Capitol Hill. 

Capital Bikeshare Website


Visit goDCgo, a resource provided by the District Department of Transportation, for more information regarding ways to get around including parking.