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The Mall is the central park of Washington, DC. This strip of land between the Capitol and the Lincoln memorial is home to many federal government buildings, museums, and monuments. This map illustrates points of interest along the Mall.
This street map of Washington, DC and vicinity shows most major streets, identifies cities and neighborhoods, and indicates each exit on the Capitol Beltway. This map is in PDF format. Use the zoom feature in Acrobat reader to view the map in greater detail.
The Senate uses four primary buildings as work locations. Each of these buildings is located on Capitol Hill and all are interconnected via dedicated underground rail systems.
This link to the D.C. Chamber of Commerce has contact information for local car rentals, airports, trains, shuttles and other forms of transportation around the city (this will take you outside of www.senate.gov).
Need to get around in a hurry? Check out Metro's website for times and fares (will take you outside senate.gov).
This site contains the latest information on both Reagan National and Dulles International airports (this will take you outside of senate.gov).
Click here to visit the Architect of the Capitol's website for additional information on maps and the buildings of the Capitol complex.