There’s a new circulator in Annapolis

| July 1, 2016
Blackwall Hitch

new circulator 2016Annapolis Mayor Michael Pantelides announces the new Circulator bus, no longer a trolley, will continue to quickly and efficiently move individuals from the city’s four parking garages around the Central Business District.

The new and improved Circulator bus, operated by Reston Limousine (a subcontractor for SP+ Municipal Services), will debut over the July 4th holiday weekend. The new Ford E-450, which enters service today, July 1st, comfortably seats 24 passengers and is wheelchair accessible.

The Circulator makes convenient stops along its route at:

  • Noah Hillman Parking Garage – 150 Gorman Street
  • Park Place – 5 Park Place
  • Knighton Parking Garage – 1A Colonial Avenue
  • Gotts Court Parking Garage – 25 Northwest Street
  • Lafayette and West Street
  • Church Circle at South Street
  • Annapolis City Hall
  • Annapolis City Dock
  • Church Circle near Main Street

Hours of operation are Monday through Saturday – 7:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.  The Circulator runs on a 20-minute interval with a $1.00 charge per ride.

The Circulator will offer discounts for children 12 years of age and younger during the 4th of July celebration. Go to www.annapolis.gov for more information on holiday pricing and hours.

To learn more about the Circulator visit www.annapolisparking.com/alternative-transportation.

Residents or visitors with questions are encouraged to call SP+ at (443) 648-3087 for additional information.

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