Union Station is Washington, D.C.’s central transportation hub and one of the most visited destinations in the world. As an architectural and historic landmark, the site has in excess of 40 million visitors annually. The station supports over 68,000 trips per day from seven different modes of transportation including Amtrak, Metro, MARC (Maryland Rail Commuter Train), VRE (Virginia Railway Express), and Greyhound, making it accessiblefromanymajorcityintheNortheast region of the United States. Upon its opening in 1908, Union Station was the largest train station in the world. Today, the mixed-use property houses over 100 retailers, restaurants, office space, and is the preeminent venue for events in the nation’s capital. Located in Capitol Hill, the property is just steps away from major attractions including the U.S. Capitol, National Mall, Library of Congress, U.S. Senate, Washington

Monument, and the White House.