Starting March 1, the City of Annapolis will expand its app-based, on-demand public transit service, Annapolis GO. The expanded area extends to Hilltop Lane and most of the Forest Drive corridor. Annapolis Go has been in operation since May of 2022, when the City partnered with VIA to operate Annapolis GO as part of the City’s temporary mobility plan to help relieve traffic congestion during the rebuild of the downtown Hillman Garage.
Annapolis GO is a flexible public transit service that has served more than 11,000 rides since its launch 10 months ago. As a result of its success, Annapolis GO has scaled the service coverage to include parts of the city east of Hilltop Lane – allowing riders to access several new points of interest, including multiple grocery stores, recreation centers, and residential pockets.
Expanded Service Zone Map:
Annapolis GO is powered by a transit technology app that uses intelligent algorithms to match multiple riders headed in the same direction into one vehicle. The result is a highly flexible mobility option that expands the reach of the City’s other transit options, including the downtown magenta shuttle, the new 10-minute 100 percent electric trolley, the Bird scooter and e-bikes program, and fixed-route bus lines.
Users are encouraged to download onto their smartphone the Annapolis Go App. Click here to find out more.