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D.C. Circulator service resumes

The District Department of Transportation has announced the DC Circulator will resume service at 10am today, Sunday, December 20. All of the routes will operate, however there is a limited number of buses available and passengers may experience longer wait times.

In addition, there will be no service on Wisconsin Avenue north of M Street in Georgetown. Circulator buses on the Georgetown - Union Station route will operate westbound on K Street and eastbound on M Street in Georgetown.

By Washington Post Editors  |  December 20, 2009; 10:21 AM ET
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