Directions

Getting to the Board

Most candidates called to interview with the Federal Reserve Board will report to the Human Resources (HR) offices located at 1850 K Street, NW, 3rd floor, in Washington, DC.

Public Transportation Recommended

The Board’s HR staff strongly recommends using public transportation to reach interview locations (check the Washington Metropolitan Area Transportation Authority website to plan your trip and for more information).

  • K Street locations. The Board has two offices on K street, one at 1801 K and one at 1850 K. The Farragut West Metro station (on the Blue, Orange and Silver lines) and the Farragut North Metro station (on the Red line) is conveniently located near both K Street locations. With limited street and public parking HR staff strongly recommend using public transportation to reach this location.
  • C Street location. Some candidates may be asked to interview at the Marriner S. Eccles Building, located on C Street, NW, between 20th and 21st Streets. With limited street and public parking near the building HR staff strongly recommend using public transportation to reach this location. The Foggy Bottom-GWU Metro station (on the Blue, Orange and Silver lines) is approximately a 15-minute walk from the Board.
  • New York Avenue location. The Board also has offices at 1709 New York Avenue where interviews take place. With limited street and public parking near the building HR staff strongly recommend using public transportation to reach this location. The Farragut North (Red line) or Farragut West (Blue, Orange and Silver lines) is approximately a 15-minute walk away.

Traveling to Washington, DC

The Board's offices are convenient to Reagan National Airport and Union Station (AMTRAK) by either taxi or riding the DC Metro. From Dulles International Airport , you may take the Washington Flyer limousine to many downtown hotels. Candidates arriving from Baltimore/Washington International Airport  may take the Super Shuttle or AMTRAK directly into Washington, D.C.

Last Update: March 22, 2017
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