Charm City Circulator
The Charm City Circulator is a free bus service linking heavily trafficked parts of Baltimore via three routes. It is geared towards residents, employees and tourists, and strives to be as eco-friendly as possible. The service is operated under contract by Veolia Transportation.
The Charm City Circulator launched on January 11, 2010 with one route; the Orannge Route. It was originally planned for September 2009, but with the slowing economy and delay in supply of the buses from DesignLine, the launch was pushed back. After over a little of three months of service, the circulator announced they have reached 100,000 riders since it's launch. The Purple Route launched on June 4, 2010.
- Green Route Johns Hopkins Medical - City Hall
- Orange Route UMB BioPark - Hollins Market
- Purple Route Penn Station - Federal Hill
- Banner Route Inner Harbor - Fort McHenry
- Artscape Shuttle Mount Royal Circulator (only during Artscape Festival event)
- Harbor Connector
- Maritime Park to Tide Point
- Tide Point to Canton Waterfront Park
- Harbor East to Harbor View
Bus Fleet Roster
|Fleet Series||Picture||Order Year||Manufacturer||Model||Powertrain
|1201-1208||2011||Orion||VII (07.501) "3G"
|1209-1213||2012||Orion||VII (07.501) "3G"
- ↑ Running Late Now...So We Don't Run Late Later, charmcitycirculator.com, retrieved 2011-01-17
- ↑ The Charm City Circulator Reaches 100,000th Passenger Milestone, charmcitycirculator.com, retrieved 2011-01-17
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 Circulator marks a year on the streets, Baltimore Sun, retrieved 2011-01-12
- ↑ A New Addition to the Fleet, charmcitycirculator.com, retrieved 2011-02-11