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Public forum on Circulator on Wednesday evening

(Robert Thomson/The Washington Post)

The semi-annual public forum was originally scheduled for Feb. 7, but it was postponed so it wouldn’t conflict with Mayor Vincent C. Gray’s “State of the District” address.

The forum will include discussions of the Circulator’s performance as well as new enhancements and future plans. Passengers can also share their opinions on the positives and negatives of the bus system.

The event will take place at Union Station’s Columbus Club (50 Massachusetts Ave. NE). In case you plan on riding a Circulator bus to this forum, Circulator service will be extended until 9 p.m. on the Union Station-Navy Yard route and the Potomac Avenue-Skyland via Barracks Row route.

Union Station is also on Metro’s Red Line and accessible via the X2, X9, 80, 96, 97, D1, D3, D6 and D8 Metrobus routes. And there are multiple Capital Bikeshare racks around the station.

Rain is expected on Wednesday evening, so make sure to bring your umbrella before heading to the forum.

 If you can’t make the event, send your comments to Brook Fossey ( You can also use the contact page on the Circulator site to send in comments.

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Mark Berman covers national news for The Washington Post and anchors Post Nation, a destination for breaking news and stories from around the country.
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