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Statewide Multimodal Transportation Plan

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Minnesota is facing many changes.

Minnesota is facing many changes. These shifts—in demographics, technology, the environment, the economy, and travel behavior —will affect how we move. It is important we proactively plan to address these changes, so we can achieve our vision of a multimodal transportation system that maximizes the health of people, the environment and our economy.

That’s why, every four years, MnDOT writes a plan for the future of the state’s multimodal transportation network. The plan looks at all types of transportation. It evaluates the status of the transportation system, what’s changing, and how we’re going to move forward over the next twenty years. The update is so important to the success of the future system that it is required under both federal and state law.

From the fall of 2015 through the fall of 2016, MnDOT updated the Statewide Multimodal Transportation Plan. Thank you for helping us shape the future of Minnesota! Read the final plan

 Plan documents

Learn more about Minnesota transportation trends:

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What did we do with Minnesotans' Input?

See Chapter 4 of the Final SMTP to read about how we used your input.

View the Public Participation Plan

  • Fall 2015: Conduct technical analysis of transportation trends for the next twenty years
  • Winter 2016: Draft policies and strategies that will guide MnDOT in the future
  • Spring 2016: Write the draft plan
  • Summer 2016: Refine the draft plan
  • Fall 2016: Seek final input on the draft plan
  • January 2017: Adopt the plan
Statewide Multimodal Transportation Plan contact:

Katie Caskey
Project Manager
Statewide Multimodal Transportation Plan
651.366.3901
Kathryn.caskey@state.mn.us