The Washington Post

The Mall route begins at Union Station and makes 15 stops around the most popular attractions in the District.

The D.C. Circulator network could expand significantly starting next year, with the implementation of new service to the Mall and National Cathedral.

Local bus system also considering changes in frequency of service.

The District is considering possible changes to routes and fares.

Circulator service will operate even in the event of a government shutdown.

The rebuilding of South Capitol Street and the Douglass Bridge will be the topic of a Tuesday night meeting.

D.C. Circulator fares could rise to $2 next year, if a proposal from D.C. Council member Mary M. Cheh goes through.

The cherry blossoms are nearing full bloom, drawing crowds to the Tidal Basin. Will drivers be drawn to the toll-free ride on the 495 Express Lanes?

The D.C. Circulator will expand service on two routes next week, running later on weeknights and adding Saturday buses.

On the last part of the journey to the swearing-in or parade, your feet will be the primary mode of transportation.

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