Update: Charm City Circulator Bus Service Will Experience Disruption During Transition Period

Baltimore MD – The Charm City Circulator (CCC) Bus Routes were disrupted today and will continue to provide limited service during the transition to a new vendor. Customers of the Orange, Purple and Banner routes will experience longer waits. Green route services are temporarily suspended. To alleviate travel concerns, DOT in partnership with Lyft is providing a promo code for 2 free rides between any 2 Circulator stops, redeemable any time on Thursday or Friday. Delays will be significant in the morning and afternoon rush hour and into the evening. We are taking immediate actions to restore full service to all routes as soon as possible.

Impact to routes:

  • Orange Route: Customers may experience longer waits through Sunday.
  • Purple Route: Customers may experience longer waits through Sunday.
  • Banner Route: Customers may experience longer waits through Sunday.
  • Green Route: There will be no services Friday and possible limited service through Sunday.

DOT Partners with Lyft During the Charm City Circulator Transition Period

DOT has partnered with Lyft during the CCC transition period.  Citizens affected by CCC transition during these next two days can use promo code CIRCULATOR to get 2 free Lyft rides between any 2 Circulator stops any time Thu-Fri, Oct 11-12, 2018.  

For terms & to claim the offer, citizens should visit: https://www.lyft.com/invite/CIRCULATOR

For general information and questions about the CCC the public can call 410-265-0025.

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