The Minnesota Department of Transportation launched the Minnesota GO visioning process to better align the transportation system with what Minnesotans expect for their quality of life, economy and natural environment.
Minnesota GO started with the vision but extends to an entire family of plans that provide direction for different transportation modes (highways, transit, rail, bikes, pedestrians, freight and aviation).
The Statewide Multimodal Transportation Plan serves as the framework plan for MnDOT’s family of plans.
The Statewide Bicycle System Plan is a modal plan that falls within MnDOT’s family of plans. It follows the completion of the Statewide Bicycle Planning Study.
The Statewide Bicycle System Plan will include:
- Overarching policy guidance and implementation tools to MnDOT districts
- Guidance for prioritizing investments on the trunk highway system to integrate bicycling
- District-wide and statewide bicycle maps of existing conditions as well as maps of network gaps and barriers
- District-wide bicycle system plans (The Metropolitan Council is currently undergoing the Regional Bikeways Master Study which will inform MnDOT's Metro District Bicycle System Plan)
- Workshops for district staff, partners and the public
- Online engagement opportunities
View the Public Participation Plan for details on engagement opportunities. The Public Participation Plan may evolve as the plan progresses.
There will be public engagement opportunities online and in person. Sign up for email alerts to receive these announcements.
Further questions may be submitted to Greta Alquist at email@example.com or 651-366-4164.