SOURCE: Jefferson Lines

Jefferson Lines

June 30, 2017 13:24 ET

Jefferson Lines Resumes Regular Service at the Duluth Transit Center Friday, June 30

DULUTH, MN--(Marketwired - June 30, 2017) - Jefferson Lines is excited to announce resumed regular service at the Duluth Transit Center (DTC), beginning today June 30, 2017. Service for Duluth continued through Michigan Street construction, the city's first phase effort to upgrade utilities along West Michigan Street, but had many alterations to customer accessibility and boarding. Where Michigan Street construction once was, regular passenger drop off and boarding will now be accessible to the community.

In addition to building accessibility, the Duluth community and local workers can look forward to all public and contract parking to be restored at the DTC July 1, 2017.

In July, Duluth can expect further construction on Michigan Street as the city continues its second phase of utility upgrades along Michigan. However, despite further construction, there will be no impact to the DTC including accessibility and parking. All transit options available, including Jefferson Lines, will serve the Duluth community through their standard boarding and routes.

Founded in 1919, Jefferson Lines provides cross-state transportation throughout America's Heartland. Our area of service expands over 13 states from Wisconsin to Montana and Minnesota to Texas, serving over 160 communities nationwide. Jefferson Lines provides direct connections to thousands of destinations in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.

Contact Information

  • For more information on this press release or to schedule an interview with Jefferson Lines, please call:

    Marketing Director
    Kevin Pursey