Duluth Transit Authority Works on Five Year Plan

The DTA is looking for help form the public in developing their new five year development plan

DULUTH, Minn. –

The Duluth Transit Authority is asking for the public’s help in coming up with their five year transit development plan. They specifically asked riders what they’re doing well and in what ways can they improve. Early respondents at an open house said the DTA has many courteous drivers but could use more buses and routes.

The DTA will take the results from their open house and online surveys to create a plan that meets the needs of their customers and reaches out to potential new riders.

 “We want to make sure we really hear from the customers that use the system, what we can do better, and for people that don’t use the system, we want to understand what kinds of changes we can make transit an option for them to use in the future,” said Mona Elabbady, transit plan project manager.

The DTA will conduct technical analysis this spring and they hope to have the final draft of the plan ready in the summer. To complete the survey, go to: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DTATDP

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