Travel Info
Getting to Philadelphia
To and From Airport
Getting Around Town
Accessibility
About Philadelphia

Travel

New!Use the new GSA Meetings Bulletin Board to arrange rides and/or share housing. You can also use this service to help make arrangements to meet up with your colleagues.

Getting Around Town

GSA will NOT be providing shuttle service from the hotels to the convention center; however, arrangements for transportation to and from the GSA-designated hotels and the Pennsylvania Convention Center will be provided by GSA for the elderly or disabled. For more information, contact Erin Pitner, , +1-303-357-1006.

Philadelphia Center City is compact, and its grid-like layout makes it very walkable. SEPTA operates a large number of bus routes, a subway line, an elevated train, and regional rail lines that provide service throughout the city and into the surrounding countryside. Suburban Station and Market East regional rail stations are in the heart of the business, shopping, and hotel districts. Learn 15-Sep-2006-->.septa.org. The Phlash trolley service provides quick and easy connections between Center City attractions and most downtown hotels and is just $1 each time you board. Learn more at www.phillyphlash.org. Finally, catching a cab in Center City is easy: just head for the nearest street corner and flag one down.

ACCESSIBILITY FOR REGISTRANTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

GSA is committed to making the annual meeting accessible to all people interested in attending. If you need auxiliary aids or service because of a disability, check the appropriate box on the registration form. If you have suggestions or need further information, contact Kevin Ricker, , +1-303-357-1090. Please let us know your needs by 19 September 2006.

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