See a snapshot of our feedback
We've been gaining feedback from Minnesotans of all ages across the state of Minnesota! Here's what we're hearing. Read the full report of our outreach.
SMTP Statewide Multimodal Transportation Plan
How important is it for MnDOT to plan for different areas of change?
Transportation Behavior Changes
What specific trends are most important for MnDOT to plan for?
MnSHIP Minnesota State Highway Investment Plan
Which approach addresses your priorities?
A Highway surfaces
C Supporting infrastructure
D Highway ownership
E Rest areas/weigh stations
F New safety investment
G Twin Cities area mobility
H Greater MN mobility
K Regional/local priorities
Prioritize investments in repairing and maintaining existing state highways, bridges, and supporting infrastructure.
“ Addressing bridge and pavement needs — along with the financial impacts of deferred maintenance — outweigh other approaches.
Balance repairing and maintaining existing state highways, bridges and supporting infrastructure with strategically investing in reliable travel times.
“ A balanced approach addresses immediate needs while also investing in future, long-range goals and mobility needs.
Emphasize investments in biking, walking, ensuring reliable travel times, and regional and local priorities.
“ Investing in mobility and non-motorized infrastructure aligns with likely future of transportation system based trends.
What are the top 3 categories that MnDOT should focus on?
1 Highway surface/pavements
3 Supporting infrastructure