Circulator to officially replace Blue Bus in September

It’s finally happening, folks. On September 1, D.C. Circulator will replace the Dupont-Rosslyn Metro Connection “blue buses.”

But don’t despair, ye olde nostalgics, because the buses are practically the only thing changing, according to the Washington Business Journal.

Circulator buses will follow the same Georgetown-to-Dupont route, while running every ten minutes. Fare will be $1, although, riders transferring onto the connector buses will only pay 50 cents.

After the D.C. Department of Transportation (DDOT) takes over the program from Georgetown BID, electronic fare boxes will be incorporated into the system as well.

Let’s chalk one up for streamlined efficiency, Georgetowners!

2 Comments on “Circulator to officially replace Blue Bus in September

  1. Does that mean you can’t use SmarTrip on the current blue buses?

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