DC Circulator to Modify Service Due to Inclement Weather

Thursday, February 18, 2021
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DC Circulator to Modify Service Due to Inclement Weather

(Washington, DC) – DC Circulator will modify its operations on Thursday, February 18, 2021 due to inclement weather and current road conditions.

Service on the Dupont Circle-Georgetown-Rosslyn; Woodley Park-Adams Morgan-McPherson Square Metro; and Eastern Market-L'Enfant Plaza routes will run as scheduled.

DC Circulator will modify service on the following routes:

Georgetown-Union Station – (Moderate)

  • Buses will turn around on Washington Circle, NW and will not service stops in the Georgetown area along K Street, NW/M Street, NW/Wisconsin Avenue, NW until roads are treated.

Congress Heights – Union Station – (Moderate)

  • Buses are operating from Anacostia Metro Station to East Capitol Street, SE (Stop) and turning around at Stanton Park. No service connection to Union Station at this time.

National Mall – (Severe)

  • Service for this route will be suspended for the rest of today starting at 1:00pm.

Passengers should expect increased wait times on all routes. DC Circulator will continue to monitor road conditions and will adjust service as conditions improve.

For the most up-to-date information please sign-up to receive service alerts on https://www.dccirculator.com and follow on Twitter at @dccirculator.


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