Charm City Circulator Bus Service Will Experience Disruption During Transition Period

Baltimore MD – The Baltimore City Department of Transportation (DOT) announced today that services on the Charm City Circulator (CCC) Bus Routes will be disrupted during the transition to a new vendor over the next few days. Customers of the Green and Banner routes will not have services tomorrow and possibly Friday as well. Customers of the Orange and Purple route will experience significantly longer waits. DOT is advising CCC customers to expect delays during the next few days. Delays will be significant in the morning and afternoon rush hour and into the evening.

Impact to routes:

  • Orange Route: Customers may experience significantly longer waits.
  • Purple Route: Customers may experience significantly longer waits.
  • Green Route: There will be no services tomorrow, with a chance of no service on Friday.
  • Banner Route: There will be no services tomorrow, with a chance of no service on Friday.

“We ask customers to be patient and plan alternative travel arrangements. We know this is a major inconvenience to all those who use the Charm City Circulator,” said Michelle Pourciau, Director of the Department of Transportation.  “DOT is working diligently to return services to normal and deeply regrets the inconvenience that this disruption will cause to customers. We are taking immediate actions to restore full service to all routes as soon as possible.”

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