Circulator buses getting USB ports, better A/C
Georgetown students are afraid of the bus. We’ll gladly take a GUTS bus and two different Metro lines to get to the 9:30 Club (which takes forever) while the G2 bus will take you straight there. Why? Well, the Metro’s less confusing, and most Hoyas probably didn’t take the bus very much during their formative years (they’re… “too urban”).
But lo! The Circulator, the easiest-to-navigate bus service in D.C. is getting a fleet of new diesel-electric vehicles equipped with USB ports and decent air conditioning. The new cruisers will be hitting the streets of the city as early as next week, the Post reports. The Circulator is only $1 and there are two routes that head eastward from Georgetown. Go forth and ride!