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 10 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 10 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 10 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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