Contact your lawmakers
Scott Peterson , Director, 651-366-4817
Erik Rudeen, State Legislative Liaison, 651-366-4823
Nancy Bennett, Office and Administration Specialist, 651-366-4819
Current State Statutes are listed on the Revisor of Statutes Web site.
Rules are agency statements adopted to implement the law enacted by the legislature. Rules provide specific details regarding the laws the agency is required to enforce or administer.
All transportation-related rules currently in effect are listed on the Revisor of Statutes Web site.
Rulemaking is the process of drafting rules with public input. Rulemaking in Minnesota follows procedures outlined in the Minnesota Administrative Procedure Act, Mn Stat., Chapter 14, and the rules of the Office of Administrative Hearings, Minn.R., Chapter 1400.
As new rules are adopted the public has the opportunity to get involved in the rulemaking process.
In accordance with Minnesota Statutes, section 14.366, the Minnesota Department of Transportation is required to maintain a Public Rulemaking Docket. The docket contains all pending rulemaking proceedings by the department.
For information about this docket, or if you wish to be added to the official MnDOT mailing list used to notify the public of impending rulemaking action, contact Laura Nehl-Trueman at 651-366-3066, Fax 651-284-0592, or e-mail: email@example.com
Transportation Regulation Proceedings
This program processes and adjudicates department-wide quasi-judicial matters, including contested cases and appeals of agency determinations. For more information about the program or bulletin contact Nandana Perera at 651-366-3144 or e-mail Nandana.Perera@state.mn.us
Weekly notice and hearing bulletins
Effective Aug. 1, 2008, the Minnesota law dispensed with the notice requirement in Household Goods Mover Permits.
The notice is now required only when there is a contested case hearing. Therefore, the weekly publication of the Transportation Regulation Proceedings Notice and Hearing Bulletin will be discontinued. Instead, individual notice will be served on the potentially interested parties when there is a contested case hearing.