Google Transit's Circulator Routes Get Lukewarm Response

  • February 22nd 2010

by Mark Wellborn

Google Transit's Circulator Routes Get Lukewarm Response: Figure 1

Greater Greater Washington has announced that DC Circulator routes are now available in Google Transit. However, those who have tested it have found some bugs.

From a commenter on the Greater Greater Washington post:

“…the Woodley Park-Columbia Heights-McPherson Circulator line doesn’t display properly. It shows the bus veering off course at 14th and P Streets… the bus apparently then drives through several homes and offices on a hypotenuse until it hits McPherson Square at 13th and K; only then does it appear to re-find the road.”

Here are some example routes that, more or less, keep to the roadways:

While it is nice that the Circulator has made it on to Google Transit, the big news will be when WMATA is integrated.

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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/google_transits_circulator_routes_get_lukewarm_response/1806.

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