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  • Travel inquiries? Contact World Travel from U.S. & Canada: (888) 239-2461/ International: 484) 948-2181

World Travel, Inc. is the official travel coordinator for the ATS 2017 International Conference. World Travel will provide custom itineraries with the lowest applicable air fares and best journey time. World Travel has arranged discounts with Jet Blue Airlines, Amtrak and Hertz Car Rental. To receive exclusive discounts, contact World Travel from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. EST, Monday through Friday: in the U.S. & Canada: 888-239-2461 outside the U.S. & Canada: 484-948-2181; e-mail:

Identify yourself as an ATS International Conference attendee.

Note: There is a $36 service fee per airline ticket issued and $31 service fee for Amtrak.


Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport is an international airport 3 miles south of downtown Washington, D.C., in Arlington County, Virginia.

For additional information click here.

For assistance while traveling through our Airport, be sure to seek out one of the convenient Information Desks staffed by Travelers Aid Volunteers. The volunteer professionals have knowledge of the Airport and many local attractions. They are easily identifiable by their royal blue blazers.


Public parking is available for more than 9,000 vehicles providing hourly, daily and economy options. Terminal A is served by a five-level parking garage that is connected to the terminal and includes rental car facilities. Terminal B/C is served by a parking garage that is connected to the terminal at both ends. Courtesy shuttle buses are provided to and from all Terminals to the Economy Lot.

  • Terminal Parking Garage A, B, C Rate is $6 per hour and $25 per day
  • Economy Parking Garage is $17 per day (no hourly rate)
For detailed information on airport parking, click here.

GROUND TRANSPORTATION (to and from the airport)

Reagan National Airport has a variety of convenient transportation options for getting to and from the airport.  For less than $6, passengers can get to any location on the Metrorail system from the Metrorail station connected to Terminal B/C. Other ground transportation options include shared ride services, taxis and rental cars. For those preferring the convenience of driving their own vehicle, Reagan National has a variety of parking options. Parking reservations can be made in advance through the online reservation system.

For more information on ground transportation in Washington, DC, click here.


Amtrak, the national rail operator, connects America in safer, greener and healthier ways. The main line of the Northeast corridor stops in major cities including Washington, DC, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and Boston.  Amtrak train lines are serviced to and from Union Station, Washington, D.C.

Union Station is the transportation hub, and leisure destination of Washington, D.C.
Address: 50 Massachusetts Ave NE, Washington, DC 20002

For more information and to receive an exclusive discount on Amtrak call 800-872-7245 (mention code: X21D-960) or contact World Travel: 484-948-2181; e-mail:


The Metrorail provides safe, clean, reliable transit service throughout the Washington, DC area.  The Metrorail 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.

Arriving from Ronald Reagan Washington Airport – connects directly to Metrorail’s Yellow and Blue Lines.  Follow the signs to the covered walkways and into the station.

A trip from the Ronald Reagan Washington Airport to the Walter E Washington Convention Center (Mount Vernon Square Station) takes 15 minutes and costs $2.75 (during Peak hours) & $2.20 (during Off-Peak hours)

Arriving by Rail served by Amtrak, Virginia Railway Express and MARC – connects from Union Station on Metrorail’s Red Line

For more information on schedule and fares, please visit


Hertz is the official car rental company for the ATS 2017 International Conference. To reserve special meeting rates call 800-654-2240 or 405-749-4434, or visit Please include promo code CV#04AC0008 when making reservations. At the time of reservation, meeting rates will be automatically compared to other Hertz rates and the best rate will apply.

Meeting rates include unlimited mileage and are subject to availability. Advance reservations are recommended, blackout dates may apply. Government surcharges, taxes, tax reimbursement, airport related fees, vehicle licensing fees and optional items, such as refueling or additional driver fees, are extra. Minimum rental age is 20 (age differential charge for 20-24 applies). Standard rental conditions and qualifications apply. Vehicles must be returned to the renting location. In the continental U.S. and Canada weekend rentals are available for pickup between noon Thursday and noon Sunday and must be returned no later than Monday at 11:59 p.m. Thursday pick-up requires a minimum three-day keep. Friday pick-up requires a minimum two day keep, and Saturday and Sunday pick-up require a one-day keep. Weekly rentals are from five to seven days. Extra day rate for weekly rentals will be 1/5 of the weekly rate.


SuperShuttle provides reliable, economical door-to-door airport ground transportation utilizing comfortable vans, sedans, and SUVs.  All vehicles are driven by professionally trained, uniformed drivers providing 24-hour service. Major credit cards are accepted. For standard airport transfers, call 800-BLUE-VAN. For groups, please contact by calling Groups Desk at 800-622-2089 or


Taxi service is available from the airport to downtown.  Estimated fare to a downtown destination is approximately $20 depending on location.  (Please take rush hour into account when calculating time and fare). 

Click here for approximate taxi service fares.

Safety Advisory: Ignore offers of ground transportation from solicitors inside the terminal buildings. While these solicitors may look and sound official, they are not authorized to solicit passengers by law.