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ALLISON HERR FOR THE HOYA | Mayor Muriel Bowser had previously enacted the free ride policy as a part of her #FairShotFebruary initiative in 2019.

Circulator No Longer Free, Returns to $1 Fare

By Anabel Getz October 4, 2019

D.C. Circulator buses will now charge a $1 fare for travellers as of Oct. 1 following 10 months of allowing riders to travel for free. Mayor Muriel Bowser had previously enacted the free ride policy...

DC Circulator Bus Is Free in February

By Maxwell Sheremeta February 8, 2019

The D.C. Circulator system of public buses is free of charge for all riders between Jan. 28 and Feb. 28 as part of Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser’s (D) “#FairShotFebruary” initiative. The...

Travel Hacks for Thanksgiving

Travel Hacks for Thanksgiving

By Lisa Park and Lisa Park November 20, 2016

The time has come. We finally get to go home! But don't get too excited just yet. Before we leave the Georgetown bubble and arrive at our cozy beds and clean/functional showers, we have to account for...

Footing the Wrong Bill

By The Editorial Board October 3, 2014

Given that Washington, D.C.’s Metrorail service is largely out of range for the Hilltop, the Georgetown community increasingly looks to bus services as a means to get around the city. The D.C. Circulator,...

Decongesting Prospect

By The Editorial Board September 16, 2014

Thankfully, most Georgetown students don’t have to worry about rush hour traffic in Georgetown. But, for a few hours each afternoon, rush hour traffic chokes up the intersection leading to the nearby...

The Adventure of Finding Your Own Way

By Laura Wagner June 16, 2014

When I boarded the plane from Seville to Palermo, I had two suitcases, 17 euros, the phone number of my host family in Marsala, Sicily, and a plan: take a bus from Palermo airport to Trapani (a coastal...

A Site to Behold

By The Editorial Board April 24, 2012

University Information Services launched its much-anticipated mobile website Thursday, and the finished product was well worth the wait. The new website meets almost all of our expectations for a portable...

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