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Posted at 4:51 PM ET, 03/ 2/2011

Input on Circulator sought

By Luke Rosiak

The District Department of Transportation's Progressive Transportation Services Administration will hold a public input session on the DC Circulator on Thursday, March 17.

"These forums are intended for riders to let us know how we're doing and to discuss the critical issues that will affect the future of the Circulator," DDOT Associate Director Scott Kubly said in a statement. "We have a very dedicated customer base and we value their input as we strive to make service even better."

The forum will include potential changes to the span of the Union Station-Navy Yard route, a proposal to end service on the Smithsonian-National Gallery of Art route, and changes to the Convention Center-SW Waterfront route.

The forum will be held from 6:30 to 8pm at the Courtyard Marriott Hotel (Washington Capitol Hill/Navy Yard), 140 L Street, SE; future meetings will be held every six months.

By Luke Rosiak  | March 2, 2011; 4:51 PM ET
Categories:  District  
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If we are unable to attend the forum, is there a place to which we might send e-comments?

Posted by: sbuck | March 3, 2011 6:07 PM | Report abuse

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