It's another sign that summer is upon us, soon we'll see a couple of the iconic red Port Town Trolley lumbering through Duluth.  It's definitely a tourist favorite, but for locals it's a great way to get around Duluth in style and inexpensively!

On Sunday, June 4, the DTA's red trolley will be on the streets taking passengers for the 2017 season.  What a great way for you to Discover Duluth!  It will be making it's tour every 20 minutes between downtown Duluth, Canal Park and Bayfront Park and you can catch it daily from 11:30a to 7:00p. through Labor Day.  That makes it easy to hit up downtown and Canal Park hotels, restaurants, retail shops and attractions like the Depot Museum, Great Lakes Aquarium, the Vista, the William A. Irvin Ore Boat and the Maritime Center.  They are also now offering evening service from 7p to 11p every 30 minutes.  Perfect if you are wanting to visit lots of establishments in downtown Duluth and you won't have to look for parking!  This is also a fantastic solution If you have friends and family visiting from out of town and you don't all fit in one car.  You can all ride together, take selfies and build those memories!

The cost to ride the Port Town Trolley fare is still only .50 cents with children four and under riding for free.  Or you can grab an Unlimited-ride DTA Day Pass for only $4 on board the Trolley and at the Downtown Transit Center.

Heath Hickok, Director of Marketing for the DTA wants you to be aware of changes that will be implemented to this years Port Town Trolley:

Two trolley buses will be operated to increase schedule frequency.
Service will operate past Fitger’s to 10th Avenue East.
Service hours daily are now 11:30 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Service will be every 20 minutes from 11:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Service will be every 30 minutes from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Info via:  Heath Hickok, DTA Director of Marketing