D.C. Circulator to resume full service Friday

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The Circulator has operated throughout the pandemic with limited hours and some closures, like the shutdown of the National Mall line.

By Jun 9, 2021 2:51 AM

Full service on the D.C. Circulator will resume Friday, marking another step for public transportation’s emergence from the COVID-19 pandemic in D.C.

City officials, including Mayor Muriel Bowser, tweeted this week that the Circulator will fully reopen, already offering late-night service until 11 p.m. on the Dupont Circle – Rosslyn, Adams Morgan-Woodley Park and Georgetown-Union Station lines. The Circulator has operated throughout the pandemic with limited hours and some closures, like the shutdown of the National Mall line.

The two routes with stops near the north end of campus, the Dupont Circle – Rosslyn and Georgetown-Union Station lines, have remained open until 11 p.m. since the fall, currently opening at 6 a.m. on weekdays and 7 a.m. on weekends.

This article appeared in the June 11, 2021 issue of the Hatchet.

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