DC Circulator will extend its service hours by two hours on week nights and add more Saturday services starting Monday

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From DDOT:

“Starting this Monday, March 30, the DC Circulator will extend its service hours by two hours on week nights and add Saturday service on the Union Station—Navy Yard Metro and Potomac Avenue Metro—Skyland via Barracks Row routes.

Both routes will run Mondays through Fridays from 6 am to 9 pm, and Saturdays from 7 am to 9 pm. The extended hours will run until Saturday, October 3, 2015.

Union Station–Navy Yard Metro Stop Change

As of March 30, buses at Union Station headed in the direction of Navy Yard will only serve the stop at Massachusetts Avenue, NE, and Columbus Circle, NE, before turning right at Columbus Circle to head south on Second Street, NE.

Buses on this route will no longer service the First Street and Massachusetts Avenue, NE, or Second Street and Massachusetts Avenue, NE, bus stops headed eastbound.

DC Circulator to Ballpark

For every Washington Nationals night game (beginning at 4:05 pm or later), the Union Station—Navy Yard route will operate until midnight. For Sunday home games, the route will operate from 10 am to 10 pm.”

3 Comment

  • YESSSS. Some cold nights after 7, while needing to get home to Eastern Market from the Union Station area, I have to wait 20-40 min for a 96 to come. It’s annoying, and I wish the circulator went til 9 year round, but I’m excited it’s starting back up again, regardless.

  • Meanwhile the DC street car hopes to be up and running by 2016.

  • Huge Circulator fan here. YES!

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