Where is the Nearest TaxiWhat's the nearest cab?
Just as comfortable as Washington cabs are, for longer journeys (also to Maryland and Virginia) many inhabitants favor the Metro, Washington's underground, which is widely acclaimed for its modernness and sobriety. Travelling from one place in the city centre to another costs between 4 and 15 dollars. You will find special information on fares in this ticket finder.
We have three Washington, DC serving aerodromes, and a taxi trip from each airport will cost very different sums due to the distances involved. Taxi is the best way to get from BWI to Downtown DC, but it won't be inexpensive (about $65). There is a taxi rank just outside the lower luggage area.
There are taxi ranks at Ronald Reagan National Airport near the luggage reclaim areas of the individual terminals. Our taxidermists will help you to choose a taxi according to your destinations. It takes about 15 min to get to the city centre of DC and costs about 20 dollars. Coming from Dulles, where a scheduler works 24 h a day, the 40 minute drive to DC city centre will be between $50 and $60.
Whilst many taxi riders say they don't make enough cash with the metering system that has superseded the system "Zone Fare", tourist are fortunate to have the metering system turned on. Underneath the zonal pricing system, local people would know that they have to drive taxis road by road to ensure that they do not receive additional fees for passing through zoning, but tourist did not have this known.