Circulator Change of Service Begins October 4

The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) announced Monday, September 21, that the DC Circulator will undergo several service changes coinciding with the beginning of the FY10 District budget. Passengers should be aware that these changes will result in the loss of service to some stops (Capitol Hill will not lose stops).

In addition, as part of a comprehensive review of the Circulator system, some new stops have been added on the Union Station – Navy Yard Metro route and the Woodley Park/Adams Morgan-McPherson Square Metro route. Read the full press release here.

The Capitol Hill BID Transportation Committee is currently working to install signage in Union Station to help riders find their way to the Circulator buses as well working towards more stops along the Union Station/Navy Yard route to increase its efficiency and presence on Capitol Hill.