How to Get Around

Duluth Transit Authority (DTA)

The Duluth Transit Authority (DTA) provides bus service in Duluth, Hermantown, Proctor, Rice Lake, and Superior and maintains a modern fleet including diesel, electric, and hybrid-electric buses. In addition to regular route service, the DTA operates STRIDE services for disabled riders and the seasonal Port Town Trolley in the summer months.

A $30 million Duluth Transportation Center, located in downtown Duluth, was completed in January 2016 and now services more than 700 bus trips and 12,000 passengers per day.

For specific DTA route and rate information, please click HERE.

Port Town Trolley

The DTA operates the seasonal Port Town Trolley during the summer months that operates between downtown Duluth, Canal Park, and Bayfront Festival Park. The Trolley, which is wheelchair accessible, loops through the city’s downtown and waterfront every 30 minutes during its operational season.

SEASONAL HOURS (June 6-September 5, 2022)

The Port Town Trolley is operational from the first Sunday in June and Labor Day and runs daily from 11:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

The Port Town Trolley costs $.50 per ride or $4.00 for a full-day pass.

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Taxicabs

ALLIED TAXI
(218) 722-3311

BAYSIDE TAXI
(218) 724-2424

COURTESY CAB
(218) 590-9222

SK TAXI
(218) 221-1604

TAXICABS UP NORTH
(218) 409-6222

T&T TAXI
(218) 461-5137

YELLOW CAB OF DULUTH
(218) 428-0911

YELLOWDOOR TAXI
(218) 464-4724

STRIDE Paratransit

Special Transit RIDE (STRIDE) is a dial-a-ride transportation service for qualified individuals with disabilities in the Duluth area, operating in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). STRIDE operates within 3/4 of a mile from the regular bus routes in Duluth, Superior, Proctor, Hermantown, and Rice Lake.

Trips may be scheduled up to 7 days in advance. STRIDE will allow a limited number of subscription trips for individuals with routine schedules. Same day STRIDE trips may also be scheduled based on availability.

For information who can ride and how to order a ride, please click HERE.

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Fitger's 5K History

The Fitger’s 5K began in 1990 and over more than three decades has now become Duluth’s premier spring running event.

The 3.1-mile race traditionally starts and finishes in front of the historic Fitger’s building. The scenic race course takes participants through downtown Duluth and Canal Park.

Below are the all-time Fitger’s 5K race records and winners from each year. NOTE: Some early records are incomplete and our staff is working to retrieve those dating back to 1990.

2022 Fitger's 5K Parking Info

The Fitger’s 5K course starts and finishes just outside the historic Fitger’s Lakefront Hotel in downtown Duluth. They travel eastward toward 23rd Avenue East on Superior Street, London Road, and South Street.

2022 Fitger's 5K Parking Info

The Fitger’s 5K course starts and finishes just outside the historic Fitger’s Lakefront Hotel in downtown Duluth. They travel eastward toward 23rd Avenue East on Superior Street, London Road, and South Street.

2022 Fitger's 5K Parking Info

Free parking for the event is available in the parking ramp located next to Fitger’s.

Fitger’s Complex
600 E. Superior Street
Duluth, MN 55802

2022 Fitger's 5K Race Packet Pickup Info

The Fitger’s 5K course starts and finishes just outside the historic Fitger’s Lakefront Hotel in downtown Duluth. They travel eastward toward 23rd Avenue East on Superior Street, London Road, and South Street.

2022 Fitger's 5K Swag Items

The Fitger’s 5K course starts and finishes just outside the historic Fitger’s Lakefront Hotel in downtown Duluth. They travel eastward toward 23rd Avenue East on Superior Street, London Road, and South Street.