MnDOT is excited to announce that it’s time to update two important statewide transportation plans. Over the next year, we’ll be working closely with Minnesotans and partners like you to update the:
These are just two of many statewide plans. While MnDOT is best known for the roads it maintains and the projects it builds, MnDOT plans for all the ways people and goods move throughout Minnesota over the next 20 years—individually for each mode and together as a multimodal system. To that end, we are currently finalizing plans for freight, bicycles, pedestrians, and Greater Minnesota transit systems.
Represent your Organization at a Stakeholder Forum
Please join us for one of three workshop opportunities in November. The morning session will focus on trends that will impact Minnesota’s transportation system in the future. The afternoon will include breakout discussions for the State Highway Investment Plan and the Greater Minnesota Transit Investment Plan.
- Thursday, November 5 – Mankato, MN
- Friday, November 6 – Minneapolis, MN
- Monday, November 9 – Brainerd, MN
The forums will run from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm and will include lunch. The format and information presentation will be the same at each forum. We look forward to seeing you there!
For details and to RSVP visit: www.minnesotago.org/event/november-stakeholder-forum
Help Us Spread the Word
Please share with your networks. Over the next 12 months, there will be many fun ways to participate:
- Take an interactive online survey
- Request a fun, engaging presentation at your workplace or event
- Watch for pop-up open houses at events across the state
- …and many more!
For details, explore the new MinnesotaGO.org!
We’re excited to announce the launch of a new interactive, online platform for Minnesota GO. In addition to the opportunities listed above, go to www.minnesotago.org to:
- Learn more about transportation trends facing the state
- See what we heard from over 5,000 Minnesotans at the State Fair
For more information on the exciting activities to come, check out the draft Public Participation Plan. If you have suggestions for how to improve the participation plan, we’re accepting comments through the end of October.
If you’d like to receive email updates once every other month for the next 14 months, please click here to sign up for the mailing list: http://www.minnesotago.org/stay-updated
If you have specific questions about the two plans, please contact:
Statewide Multimodal Transportation Plan
Minnesota State Highway Investment Plan