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Directions to American InterContinental University (AIU)
American InterContinental University (AIU)
1776 G Street (18th and G Street)
[Note: No longer open in Washington, DC.]
The University strongly encourages attendees to take the Metro if possible; the campus is a 3-block walk from the Farragut West station. (For all Metro stations, see the Metrorail Stations page. For a map of the station and surrounding neighborhood, click on the PDF in the Entrances / Evacuation Maps box. For the full Metro system of lines, see the Metrorail map.)
Take the Blue or Orange line to the Farragut West Metro station and take the 18th Street Exit. Walk south on 18th Street for 3 blocks to 1776 G Street.
Red line: Transfer at Metro Center to the Orange/Blue line toward Vienna.
Yellow/Green Line: Transfer at L'Enfant Plaza to the Orange/Blue line toward Vienna.
Green Line from Prince Georges County: Transfer at L'Enfant Plaza to the Orange line going to Vienna.
From Maryland (Prince George's County):
Take Route 95 to Route 50 West, which turns into New York Avenue. Turn right onto Eye Street and continue to 17th Street. Turn left onto 17th street, then a right onto G Street. The campus is on the corner of 18th and G Street. Parking is available at several garages; one in the 1700 block of Pennsylvania Avenue stays open late enough for our meeting.
From Maryland (Montgomery County):
Take Connecticut Avenue south. When Connecticut Avenue turns into K Street, turn right onto 17th Street. Then, make another right onto G Street. The campus is on the corner of 18th and G Street. Parking is available at several garages; one in the 1700 block of Pennsylvania Avenue stays open late enough for our meeting.
Take Route 66 East. Follow Constitution Avenue. Make a left onto 17th Street and another left onto G Street. The campus is on the corner of 18th and G Street. Parking is available at several garages; one in the 1700 block of Pennsylvania Avenue stays open late enough for our meeting.
Street parking is available after 6:30 p.m.
Wheeled access to be determined.
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Riding Metro to the Event
(For all Metro stations, see the Metrorail Stations page. For a map of the station and surrounding neighborhood, click on the PDF in the Entrances / Evacuation Maps box. For the full Metro system of lines, see the Metrorail map.)
To plan your metro ride, use the Metro Trip Planner at https://www.wmata.com/schedules/trip-planner/. The Trip Planner will give you an idea of the travel time and fees from your Metro station to the station near the event.
Metro Accessibility Frequently Asked Questions are at https://www.wmata.com/service/accessibility//faq.cfm. See also the Metro Accessibility information.
Parking in Metro lots
A SmarTrip card is the only form of payment accepted at Metro-operated parking lots. For more information about Metro parking and lot operating hours, see Parking at Metrorail Stations.
Where to Buy a SmarTrip Card
You may purchase SmarTrip cards online from the Metro Store. (Note: The Metro Store page is on a very slow server so it may take a while for the page to load.)
Standard SmarTrip Farecard
A renewable SmarTrip farecard purchased online has a $20 fare value already on it. The cost for the renewable card is $5. The total charge for this card is $25 online.
Senior and Disabled SmarTrip Farecard
In order to purchase a discounted farecard, Senior citizens (65 and older) and persons with disabilities must have proof of age or a valid Metro Disability ID Card. For information on how to apply, see https://www.wmata.com/service/accessibility/metro-access/eligibility.cfm. Senior citizens 65 years or older with a disability and Medicare card holders with a valid photo ID are not required to apply for the Metro Disability ID card, but may purchase fare by showing proof of age at any Metro Sales location, many public libraries in the District of Columbia, Montgomery County, and Prince George's County, and retail outlets. Applications for the free WMATA Disabled ID card are available from the Office of ADA Programs at 600 Fifth Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20001 or by calling 202-962-1245 or TTY 202-628-8973 or calling 202-962-1558 or TTY 202-962-2033 and requesting an application be mailed to you. A renewable SmarTrip farecard for senior (65 and older) and disabled riders purchased online has a $10 fare value already on it. The cost for the renewable card is $5. The total charge for this card is $15 online.
SmarTrip cards may also be purchased from vending machines in Metro stations but come with a lower initial fare value: $5 for the card with a $5 fare value for a total of $10 for the standard farecard. A separate vending machine allows you to add fare value up to $300 to the card.
For more information about purchasing SmarTrip cards, see Metro Passes, Fares, SmarTrip Cards, and Tokens.