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We all have a stake in A to B


A to B

We all have a stake in a strong transportation system. Every trip we take from point A to point B uses a road, a bridge, a rail line, a runway, a bike path or a waterway to connect us to our destinations.

Assessing Return on Investment in Minnesota's State Highway Program--Final Report, Nov. 2013 (PDF)

Commissioner Zelle's presentation to Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Nov. 22, 2013 (PDF, 1.8 MB)

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What's your stake in A to B? Take a minute to tell us why transportation is important to you.

Did you visit us at the fair?

Learn more about A to B and see what visitors to the Minnesota State Fair had to say about their A to B travels.

Investing in A to B

The cost to complete needed improvements and make strategic investments in the transportation network exceeds our projected funding by an estimated $50 billion during the next 20 years. State highways and bridges alone need $12 billion.

By the numbers:

  • 50 percent of state highway pavements are more than 50 years old
  • 35 percent of state bridges are more than 50 years old
  • Minnesota is ranked 38th nationally for pavement condition
  • Minnesota is ranked 9th (tied) nationally for state highway bridges
  • The Twin Cities metro area will add 900,000 people by 2040

Our 50-year vision helps us see how transportation will connect people, natural resources and businesses to each other and to the world beyond. It's a great vision – but it will take a serious investment.

*source: Governor Dayton’s 2012 Transportation Finance Advisory Committee

Rochester Chamber of Commerce — Eggs and Issues (PowerPoint, 270 MB)