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Transportation Planning in District 7
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D7 ATP Information

Counties covered by MnDOT's District 7 area are:




Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) - 2019 projects

The Transportation Alternatives Program is a competitive grant for local communities and regional agencies to fund projects for pedestrian and bicycle facilities, historic preservation, Safe Routes to School and more. ATP-7 has selected projects for 2019 and on April 15, 2015 - Grant recipients will be announced.


For more information:



2015-2018 STIP

The 2015-2018 STIP was approved by MnDOT on September 21, 2014 and sent to FHWA October 1, 2014.



2016-2019 ATIP

2016-2019 ATIP (draft)

What is Area Transportation Partnership (ATP)?

MnDOT created ATP to emphasize greater public involvement in preparation of transportation plans and programs.

There are eight ATPs in Minnesota (one for each Mn/DOT District area).


Every year, the ATPs develop an Area Transportation Improvement Program (ATIP) which cover a minimum four-year period. ATIPs include all projects seeking federal aid highway, state trunk highway, and federal transit sources of funding.


The ATP 7 is working to meet the goals of new federal transportation law - MAP 21 (Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century).To distribute the funds a Statewide Performance Program was created to allow Minnesota to meet performance targets on the National Highway System - a key focus of MAP-21.

New funding programs in MAP-21 include:


ATP 7 solicits projects for:


Current project maps


Current and past Statewide Transportation Improvement Programs are available on MnDOT’s Web site at