Mayor Rawlings-Blake Celebrates Two Millionth Rider of Charm City Circulator Press Release

Thursday, June 09

BALTIMORE, MD. (June 9, 2011)—Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake was joined by Department of Transportation Director Khalil Zaied to announce that the Charm City Circulator has served over two million passengers since its inception. Baltimore’s premier free shuttle service has proven to be a huge success for residents, employees, and visitors traveling in the busy downtown district.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake announces Circulator has served over 2 million riders

Thursday, June 09

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings Blake, was joined by Baltimore City Department of Transportation Director Khalil Zaied, members of the Mt. Vernon community and representatives from the Downtown Partnership and the Waterfront Partnership to celebrate the success of the Circulator. Over two million riders have chosen the service. The entire Charm City Circulator team would like to thank you for the incredible show of support!

Month of May Ridership Stats

Friday, June 03

Orange Route

Total Ridership: 94,984

Average Daily Ridership: 3,064

May 30, Memorial Day, service will run normal schedule.

Thursday, May 26

To accommodate Memorial Day celebrations and observances through out the city, the Charm City Circulator will operate the normal schedule.

Sowebo Arts & Music Festival, Sunday May 29th Alternate Orange Route to be run.

Wednesday, May 25

The Sowebo Arts & Music Festival is this Sunday, May 29th from noon to 8:00pm in historic Hollins Market.  During the event, the Circulator will run a revised Orange Route and Stop 211 - Hollins Market will be closed.

Purple Route Pratt Street stop (#319) is temporarily closed.

Due to construction, Purple Route Pratt Street stop (#319) is temporarily closed.

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