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  • DTA Service Adjustments Effective 3/18/20

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    March 17, 2020
    DTA Service Adjustments Effective 3/18/20

    The Duluth Transit Authority (DTA) has the following updates to provide with regard to the Covid-19 (coronavirus):

    Here are the changes to our service beginning Wednesday AM - 3/18/2020:

    Effective Wednesday, March 18th, the DTA will implement service reductions in response to the Coronavirus (Covid-19).  This response addresses the initial impacts this public health emergency is having on ridership.

    To address the decreasing ridership, several routes have been identified that could be temporarily dropped due to either very low ridership or having other service options. The following routes will be cancelled Weekdays and Saturdays until further notice: 
    • Route 4
    • Route 5
    • Route 15 (On Demand Trips)
    • Route 24 (Saturdays only cancelled)
    • Route 25 (DuLooper)
    Further, late evening service will also be curtailed.  The last buses leaving the downtown area on weekdays and Saturdays will be 9:20 p.m.  On Sunday, the last buses leaving the downtown area will be 7:00 p.m.  The Route 15 will be a on demand service for the entirety of the route 15 service day.  When a Park Point passenger calls the DTA information line, it will be forwarded to the DTA dispatcher and a show up operator will use a small Stride van to transport that passenger from their bus stop to DTC, or to a stop between their bus stop and DTC only.  Return trips will run only from DTC to their bus stop.
    We will continue to provide the latest updates as the situation evolves.



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