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Last Updated: February 12th, 2019
The Duluth Transit Authority is subject to the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act, Minnesota Statutes Chapter 13, as it applies to all data collected, created, received, maintained or disseminated by the Duluth Transit Authority.
Here is a list of some commonly used transit terms to help you when you are working with our data.
The price charged to one adult for one transit ride.
A collection of trips assigned to a vehicle for a day.
The movement of transit vehicle without passengers aboard.
The direction of travel of a route, typically either inbound (towards a location) or outbound (away from a location).
Time interval between vehicles moving in the same direction on a particular route.
Time built into a schedule between arrival and at the end of a route and the departure for the return trip, used for the recovery of delays and preparation for the return trip.
The path the vehicle goes to visit selected stops for one or more trips.
An established series of streets and turns connecting two terminus locations.
A stop on a trip that has a set time of departure. Used to see if a trip is running on time.
The one way operation of a vehicle between two end points on a route.