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Plan B: Seeking Rideshare from Twin Cities

Jefferson Lines changed its bus schedule without warning — just as its website promised it would do. Now I’m seeking to share a ride with someone heading to Duluth (or nearby) from the Twin Cities on Tuesday nights post 9 p.m.

I know it’s unlikely, but I’m trying to minimize the carbon footprint of my graduate degree.

3 Comments

David

about 9 years ago

Someone should tell them -- their online schedule is impossible to follow and includes a trip to MSP that lasts 35 minutes.

Otherwise, does Skyline run that late?

David

about 9 years ago

PPS:  Someone might also tell Jefferson that I think ridership will go up as weather goes bad;  I tend to ride the bus or drive more, in lieu of flying to MSP, when there is ice on runways and wings.

Lucie1970

about 9 years ago

It is hard to follow, but I had a sweet gig for a while there.
Skyline van does run that late and I probably will do it when the weather is poor, but $49 a ticket every week really adds up. Not to mention, I'd have to hang out on the steps of the State Capitol at 10pm waiting for pick-up.

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