Blossom Bus Returns!

DC Circulator’s Blossom Bus has made its festive return to the District and for the 1st time ever, DC Streetcar is wrapped in a Cherry Blossom theme as well! The exterior of the blossom rides are decorated with a pastel wrap featuring elements of spring, including the Cherry Blossoms and a bright blue background. Individuals and families are welcome to take a Blossom Ride on DC Circulator and can view the blossom ride schedule on our website.

Blossom Bus Whereabouts

Individuals and families are welcome to take a Blossom Bus Ride on DC Circulator and can track the bus here:  

  • March 6-10 | Rosslyn – Dupont Circle

  • March 11-12 | National Mall

  • March 13-17 | Eastern Market – L’Enfant Plaza

  • March 18-19 | National Mall

  • March 20-24 | Georgetown – Union Station

  • March 25-26 | National Mall

  • March 27-31 | Woodley Park – Adams Morgan

  • April 1-2 | National Mall

  • April 3-7 | Rosslyn – Dupont Circle

  • April 8-9 | National Mall

  • April 10-14 | Eastern Market – L’Enfant Plaza

  • April 15-16 | National Mall

  • April 17-22 | Congress Heights – Union Station

Special Appearances

DC Circulator’s Blossom Ride will be present at the following special events; including an interactive experience inside the bus for all ages. Event attendees will have the opportunity to win a limited-edition Blossom Ride pin, as well as DC Circulator and DC Streetcar swag.

  • Petalpalooza | Saturday, April 8, 1-9 pm
    Capitol Riverfront at the Yards
  • National Cherry Blossom Festival Parade | Saturday, April 15, 10 am-12 pm
    Constitution Ave NW, between 7th and 17th Streets

Photo Contest



Residents and visitors are encouraged to take photos of the Blossom Rides and tag us @dcstreetcar or @dccirculator, with the hashtag #BlossomRideDC on social media. Ten lucky photo submissions will win a $25 Amazon gift card.



DC Circulator encourages riders to take photos with the Blossom Bus. Use #BlossomRideDC for a chance to be featured on our social media pages!

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