Monday, November 12, 2007

DC's Circulator Bus Route to be Expanded

As development across the city brings resident density fluctuations of owners to new parts of the city, accommodations must begin to be made...DC is doing a fine job of adjusting. Between the addition of the Purple Line connecting Bethesda and Silver Spring (I know they are in Maryland) to the addition of the two new trolley routes in Anacostia and H St, it would seem as though most of the transitioning areas are covered. However in light of recent development projects such as the new stadium site in Capitol Hill and the Washington Convention Center, additional accommodations are in the works.

Today, WMATA announced the addition of two new Circulator lines in the city. The new routes will connect Union Station to the new Stadium site in Southeast and the Washington Convention Center to Adams Morgan. The city emphasizes that the new routes should aid the developing areas revitalize more rapidly.

They are expected to begin their new routes in Q3 of 2008.

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