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What’s This I Found?

Along with taking over the Blue Bus Dupont to Rosslyn Route, the DC Circulator has decided to get all techie on us with the roll out of QR codes. Recently, I noticed these bar code-esque additions (located near the bus exits) on my daily commute and I was, naturally, curious. Where would the code take me and my smartphone? Turns out the location it’s too exciting, it’s a quickie “how are we doing” customer service form. However, it did open my eyes to the super mobile and user friendly “Where is My Bus? For DC Circulator” app that covers all the various DC Circulator routes and schedules. Super useful.

The Daily Feed

Circulator is Back… and Free!

Photo courtesy of
‘Stuck Circulator Bus’
courtesy of ‘Mr. T in DC’

Great news from our friends at DDOT: the DC Circulator is running, and all rides today are free!  Keep in mind that there will be fewer buses than normal, and some routes will have changes (like in Georgetown, the Circulator isn’t going up Wisconsin).  But this sounds like a great excuse to escape cabin fever and finally get out to see the rest of the city.  And it’s free!