The Committee of 100 serves on the DC Circulator Community Advisory Panel as a part of DDOT’s planning study, “…to guide the expansion of the DC Circulator over the next five to ten years.”
The DC Circulator is a downtown circulator bus system in Washington, D.C., U.S.A.. It is owned by a public-private partnership among the District of Columbia Department of Transportation, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (which also operates the Metrobus system in the capital and its suburbs), and DC Surface Transit, Inc., and operated by First Transit.
The concept came out of a 1997 report by the National Capital Planning Commission, which was initially championed by the Downtown Business Improvement District, and now has support from Georgetown Business Improvement District, Golden Triangle Business Improvement District, Capitol Hill Business Improvement District, Washington Convention Center Authority and Washington, DC Convention & Tourism Corporation.
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