Downtown Circulator

A downtown circulator is a general term in the United States for a road or bus system to distribute traffic or people through a downtown area.

Specific examples include:

  • Miami, Florida's Downtown Distributor
  • Pawtucket, Rhode Island's Downtown Circulator
  • The DC Circulator bus system in Washington, D.C.
  • Tulsa, Oklahoma's Inner Dispersal Loop formed by I-444 (Unsigned) and I-244.
  • Kansas City, Missouri's downtown freeway loop

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Pawtucket, Rhode Island - Infrastructure - Downtown Circulator
... Pawtucket's Downtown Circulator was a one-way loop through downtown it is similar to British concepts of ring roads ... The circulator used East Avenue, High Street, Summer Street, Goff Avenue, Dexter Street and Park Place West ... Each half of the Circulator carried one direction of U.S ...
Downtown Circulator - Circulator Bus
... A circulator bus is a more generic terms and is a bus serving an area confined to a specific locale, such as a downtown area (downtown circulator) or suburban neighborhood, with connections to major traffic corridors ...