Travel on the trolleyLooking for another way to travel around Duluth this summer? Well, look no further than the Port Town Trolley.
By: Budgeteer staff, Duluth Budgeteer News
Looking for another way to travel around Duluth this summer? Well, look no further than the Port Town Trolley. The Trolley, which circulates every half-hour between downtown Duluth, Canal Park, and Bayfront, operates daily from 11:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. throughout the summer until Labor Day.
The Trolley stops at downtown bus stops along Superior Street, including Fitger’s, Greysolon Plaza, Fond-Du-Luth Casino, the Holiday Center and the Radisson Hotel. The Trolley also serves the Depot, Great Lakes Aquarium, Vista Fleet, the William A. Irvin, the DeWitt-Seitz Marketplace, and other locations along Canal Park Drive.
The fare is 50 cents, and children age four and younger ride for free. Unlimited-ride Trolley Day Passes are available for $4. The Trolley is also wheelchair-accessible.
The Port Town Trolley route and schedule information is available at www.duluthtransit.com.