As expected, the Northland took another pounding Wednesday night into Thursday, which officially makes this storm a Top 10 two-day snowfall event in Duluth.

Driving around the Duluth area remains a challenge for many and the Duluth Transit Authority announced early Thursday morning they will continue to run their Emergency Mainline Service throughout the service day.

According to their website, the DTA implements Emergency Mainline Service when winter weather conditions do not allow the DTA to safely operate its full fixed-route service schedule.

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As far as routing goes:

Weather Emergency Buses will depart from New Duluth (Commonwealth Avenue and McCuen Street) to Lakeside (61st Avenue East and Superior Street). Buses will travel on Grand Avenue, West Third Street and Superior Street between New Duluth and Lester Park.

The DTA says the following schedule details remain place when only Emergency Mainline Service is available:

  • Weather Emergency Buses will depart from Commonwealth Avenue and McCuen Street) every 30 minutes on the hour and 30 minutes after each hour, signed “2-Downtown to 7-Lakeside.” Buses will travel Grand Avenue and West Third Street through Morgan Park, West Duluth, and Lincoln Park to Downtown, then continue to Lakeside along East Superior Street.
  • Buses will leave Lakeside (61st Avenue East and Superior Street) every 30 minutes at 15 and 45 minutes of each hour, signed “7-Downtown to 2-New Duluth.” Buses will travel East Superior Street to Downtown, and then continue to New Duluth along West Third Street and Grand Avenue.

You can click the button for additional route information and the Emergency Mainline Service map. The DTA anticipates a return to their full scheduled service on Friday, December 16th.

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