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Next DC Circulator

  • Category: Navigation
  • Released date: 03/25/2011
  • Current Version: 1.0
  • Seller: Daschware, LLC
  • Recommended Age: 4+
  • Download Size: 1645326
  • Last Update: 07/22/2011
  • Requirements: All

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iPad Screenshots

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Next DC Circulator is the best App for people who ride the Washington DC Circulator Bus. It works on both the iPhone and iPad and has high quality graphics for the iPhone 4's Retina Display.

• Nearest Bus, Fast
Designed for the user on the go. Open the app and it immediately finds your location and displays the closest bus stops. No need to search through a list of stops or pick from your favorites (but you still can, if you want).

• Bus Stop List
Easily find the stop you want, the way you want. Circulator stops are sorted by bus line and show which stop is the closest.

• Dynamic Bus Stop Map
An annotated pinch and zoom map that displays all of the DC Circulator Stops and Lines as well as GPS Bus Locations so you can easily understand where the Circulators are as you travel through the capital. Click on a stop to find out how far of a walk it is and to get walking directions. Pick and choose which map layers you want to display.

• DC Circulator Status Information
Find out if the bus system is experiencing a service disruption or delays. Don't wait until you get to the bus stop to find out there is a delay.

• Favorites
Keep tabs on bus stops you always use. Quickly pull up next bus arrival predictions and stop information.

• Stop Information
Quickly get the location for DC Circulator stops, how far away it is, and get walking or driving directions to and from the stop. Stop Information also includes bus arrival predictions, bus schedule and line information.

Developer Notes:
The bus arrival predictions and bus locations are only as accurate as the underlying data feeds, which we have no control over.

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