DTA relocates transit services during Michigan Street construction
The Duluth Transit Authority is relocating its downtown operations from the Duluth Transportation Center starting Monday, May 1 due to Michigan Street construction.
The relocation is projected to last about 60 days depending on the construction progress with a planned re-opening July 1. The Duluth Police Department and Jefferson Lines services remain at the DTC during this time.
During this temporary relocation, all DTA buses will be detoured to the former Superior Street bus stops at the Holiday Center and the Transit Center East. Passengers will be required to use buses on Superior Street during this time. The center on the lower side of Superior Street will be used for eastbound buses and the Holiday Center bus stop on the upper side of Superior Street will be used for westbound buses. Jefferson Lines will continue operations at the DTC utilizing a temporary boarding area at Michigan Street and Third Avenue West.
Hourly and contract parking on the upper levels of the DTC will be closed during this time. Contract parkers are being relocated to Level 1 and Lot C of the DTC, which is accessible by Third Avenue West. Hourly parking is also available at Lot C.
The DTA Information Booth will be re-opened inside the TCE today. Passengers can purchase fare cards and bus passes at that location. The Transit Vending Machine will also be moved back to TCE.