Circulator records millionth passenger
The Charm City Circulator has given a ride to its millionth passenger, reaching the seven-figure mark in less than a year since its launch last January, the Baltimore Department of Transportation said.
According to the department, the free shuttle bus service reached that milestone Tuesday -- far earlier than projected. The city said ridership over the past month has averaged more than 4,840 a day on the Circulator's two lines -- the east-west Orange Route and the north-south Purple Route.
Service on the Orange Route began Jan. 11, while the Purple Route was introduced June 7.