Mobility Options

Transportation systems in the form of public roadways are public spaces and access to this public space for all types of users will be the best possible outcome.

Duluth promotes active transportation and alternatives to single-car occupancy car travel.

Walking - Sidewalks are most everywhere along Duluth’s traditional neighborhood streets, and where they do not exist, they could be in the planning stages to achieve more complete streets.

Duluth has 160 city trails and pathways:
City Parks & Recreation website has Trail Locations and Maps, click here.

Biking - Whether you’re on the street or on the trail, Duluth has spaces for biking to work, for biking to shop, for biking to a movie, or to just get going.

Duluth’s Mayor Ness and other city leaders hope bike trails will attract entrepreneurs seeing a talented work force.

The DTA has bike racks on the front of buses.
The Duluth City Council has approved a bike walkway inside the sky bridge to the DECC.
Duluth city departments have plans for more bike lanes:

- The new Park Point road relocation includes a bike lane
A recent plan for London Road includes bike lanes in each direction

For more on biking in Duluth, visit the Duluth Superior Metropolitan Interstate Council’s OpenMic website http://www.duluthsuperioropenmic.org/tag/bicycles/ and their 2012 Bike to work day video: Bike to work day 2012 - the video that answers the question, "How bike friendly is Duluth?' Bike to Work Day 2012 - Duluth, MN - YouTube - thoughts from bicyclists who stopped by Duluth's Bike Station.

Public Transit and ParaTransit - Duluth's transit authority, DTA, has two official park and ride lots, one in upper Woodland and on in the Piedmont neighborhood.

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