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DTA’s Port Town Trolley Is Up And Running For The Summer In Downtown Duluth

It's a sure sign of summer when you see/hear three things in Canal Park.  The 4-person canopy bicycles chugging along the lakewalk, the clippity clop of the horse drawn carriages and the Duluth Transit Authority's Port Town Trolley back in service.  The nostalgic look of the trolley just adds to our city's enchantment!  

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DTA Suspends Some Routes To Local Colleges For The Summer

First things first, congratulations to our high school and college graduates.  Another mile stone reached to enhance your continued journey!  This past Saturday was a busy one for the canal park area and the DECC/Amsoil Arena.  UMD held it's commencement ceremonies for 2, 353 students.  The U-of Wisconsin Superior also had 356 students graduate on Saturday.  With our local colleges on summer break, the DTA is suspending some routes.

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Surveillance Photo Duluth Police Department
Surveillance Photo Duluth Police Department
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Duluth Police Need Your Help Identifying a Theft Suspect, Do You Recognize This Person

Do you recognize this woman?  She is wanted for theft of a purse and the Duluth Police Department are asking for your help to find her.

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Santa is very relaxed and ready for Christmas - Photo by James McCauley/Harrods via Getty Images
Santa is very relaxed and ready for Christmas - Photo by James McCauley/Harrods via Getty Images
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DTA Buses to be Detoured Friday for the Christmas City Of The North Parade

Hard to believe that the Christmas City Of The North Parade is coming up on Friday already.  The parade will take the same downtown Duluth route it's taken the past several years, which will lead to some changes in traffic and bus routes.

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Photo by Chris Hondros/Getty Images
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Parents Find Duluth Transit Authority’s Stroller Rule Trying

The DTA is facing scrutiny for their stroller policy as it is an inconvenience for some parents.  They require that all strollers be folded and placed under the seat to keep the aisle clear for emergencies and other passengers.  The issue, as you will read, is about safety.  That doesn't make it any easier for parents who don't have strollers that are easily folded up.  In other cities, such as Minneapolis, strollers are required to be folded before a passenger even boards the bus.

Here are my thoughts.  As a parent of two young children, I can empathize with the parents who are bothered by this policy.  However,

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