Mayor Muriel Bowser announced a third month of significant increases in DC Circulator ridership. In April 2019, nearly 150,000 more passengers rode the DC Circulator, a 37% increase in ridership compared to the same period in 2018. While the Mayor has proposed to #KeepCirculatorFree in her FY2020 budget proposal, the Council has ignored the supportive response from residents and has proposed to eliminate free DC Circulator for residents.
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The $19.7 billion FY24 budget includes investments that are strategic and focused on ensuring a strong and equitable comeback for Washington, DC.
Earlier this year, I was honored to be sworn in as your mayor for the third time. A third term is a special opportunity to be bold, to think big, to push the envelope, and above all else, to win for Washington, DC. A Look Back at Our Progress and a Look Ahead to Our Comeback