The DC Circulator is a bus system in Washington, D.C. The District of Columbia Department of Transportation, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, and DC Surface Transit operate the service in a public-private partnership with First Transit. The DC Circulator buses are similar to shuttle buses since they operate on a predictable fixed route and schedule, and run between the city's main attractions and some of the more popular neighborhoods for visitors. The service began in 2005, and passengers increased as the routes grew from two to five. The DC Streetcar is the surface streetcar network in Washington, D.C. and the streetcars are the first to run in the District of Columbia since the dismantling of the previous streetcar system in 1962. The Streetcar system is operated in partnership with the RATP Group, a French transportation company, has been chosen as the initial operator. Since the opening of the Circulator/Streetcar system, 44 New Flyer buses have purchased.

  • How To Operate Menu: First select the model variation you wish to view, then select the fleet model and click the "ENTER GALLERY" button. If you make a error or wish to start over, just click the "RESET SELECTION" button.


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