DULUTH - Duluth's Transit Authority revealed new structural changes Tuesday for its much-anticipated Multimodal Transportation Center.
The estimated $28.9-million project has been scaled down from its original design to a more historic look. The project's goal is to resolve long–standing parking, sidewalk congestion and pedestrian and bus passenger safety issues in downtown Duluth.
"Our passengers will have a lot of different advantages. They're going to be able to do the exchanges they do outside in the cold, inside where it's warm and in a safe secure area that will be theirs so to speak," said Jim Heilig, director of administration for the Duluth Transit Authority (DTA).
The DTA says construction is set for the spring, and it'll take about 16 months to finish.