WASHINGTON (AP) - Transportation officials in Washington are hosting a meeting about the city's red Circulator buses, which take passengers around popular routes in DC for $1.
The third semi-annual DC Circulator public form is being held Tuesday evening at Union Station.
Officials say they're asking for feedback from passengers on the strengths and weaknesses of the bus system. The Circulator system currently travels five different routes. Buses arrive approximately every 10 minutes.
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