Other Ways to Attend the Festival

Metrorail is closed all day on Wednesday, March 16th. But don’t let that stop you from seeing a great film!

As many of you may have heard, the Washington Metrorail (Metro Forward) is closed all day today, March 16.

But, don’t worry, we found a few other ways to get you to the 24th Annual Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital. Just be sure to give yourself an extra 20 minutes or more for travel time.

We’ll be updating this page with more routes throughout the day, so if you have some good transportation tips to share with your fellow Festival-goers be sure to share them with us on Twitter @DCEnvirofilm or via email: info@dceff.org .

 

ANIMAL ADVENTURES – CHILDREN’S SHORTS PROGRAM

10:30 am, Lamond Riggs Library

10 min walk from Fort Totten metro. Take 64, E4 or 80 bus to get there.

 

4:00 pm, Woodridge Interim Library

H6 bus

 

THE BIRD RANGER

6:00 pm, Royal Netherlands Embassy

42 & H2 buses

 

SKY LINE
6:30 pm, National Academy of Sciences

DC Circulator – National Mall;  7Y, 36, 31 buses

 

SECRETS OF THE LONGLEAF PINE
7:00 pm, E Street Cinema

42, S2, D6 buses

 

BLOOD LIONS
7:00 pm, New York University, Washington, D.C.

S2, S4, S9, 30S, 30N, 32, 36 buses

 

CITY OF TREES
7:00 pm, Carnegie Institution for Science 
S2 and S4 buses

 

MERCHANTS OF DOUBT
7:30 pm, Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church

N4 bus

 

Other Transportation Options:

By Car: For Festival-goers attending the Carnegie event, please note there is free street parking around the 16th Street area from roughly 6:30pm — make sure to read the signs. There is Colonial Parking, LAZ Parking & Central Parking available.

By Uber: Here is a promotion code that provides your first ride for free (up to $22): https://www.uber.com/promo/

By Lyft: Here is a promotion code that provides $5 off 10 rides (you save $50): https://www.lyft.com/invited/LYFT9876

 

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