Bentleyville has become one of the biggest attractions that Duluth has to offer for the Christmas Season. Unfortunately, it causes quite a bit of congestion for the weekend visitors. Where's the best option to park? How do you avoid the traffic jams?
Downtown Duluth has a lot to offer for Christmas shopping and throughout the year. However, parking hassles can make going downtown an inconvenience so with that in mind, the Greater Downtown Council has made a timely announcement.
As long as I can remember, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd avenue west have been one way streets. It's been a little confusing over the years. Well, Duluth is changing these streets to two way now and it will probably cause confusion again for a while. We took a drive to see the progress.
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!
The City of Duluth has been introducing the new parking payment service, replacing parking meters in Downtown Duluth. This started a couple of years ago, and for the most part it goes pretty smooth. However, I parked on the 300 block of Superior Street the other day and ran into problems…
If you plan on driving downtown Duluth on Friday, December 9, you should be aware that a portion of Superior Street will closed for a large part of the day to allow for additional maintenance work on the Gateway Tower Building.