Design and Planning
- MnDOT Bikeway Facility Design Manual
- MnDOT Bicycle Modal Plan
- MnDOT Bicycle Resources
- Road Design Manual
- Minnesota State Aid
- Traffic calming
- Americans with Disabilities Act
- Share the Road
- Hand signals, lights and helmets
- Traffic Safety and Planning
- MN Crash Facts
- Safe Routes to School
- Minnesota Comprehensive Safety Plan
- Minnesota Bike Maps
- Twin Cities Bikeways
- State Trails
- Trail Guide to the Twin Cities' Mississippi River National Park
- Anoka County
- Dakota County
- Grand Forks/East Grank Forks
- Hennepin County
- St. Paul
- Washington County
- Adventure Cycling, US Bike Route Maps
- Nonmotorized Transportation Advisory Committee
- Minnesota Deaf Blind Association
- Pedestrian Information Center
- Natl Center for Bike/Walk
- Metro Commuter Services
- Bicycle Information Center
- Metropolitan Council
- City and county Websites
- Ramsey County Active Living
- Edina Bicycle Task Force
Pedestrian Design and Planning
Voice your concerns or comment about accessibility on a state road or highway or on pedestrian facilities that are adjacent to those state roads or highways, or about a Mn/DOT program or event.
Guide for the Planning, Design, and Operation of Pedestrian Facilities, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) July 2004. These AASHTO guides can be ordered from the AASHTO bookstore.
The Federal Highway Administration's Pedestrian Safety Information
Resources to help pedestrian safety practitioners/advocates meet their planning, design, and operation needs for pedestrian facilities.
Safety Effects of Marked Vs. Unmarked Crosswalks at Uncontrolled Locations: Final Report and Recommended Guidelines (114 page PDF), September 2005, FHWA HRT-04-100
Pedestrian facilities that use state-aid funding are required to follow Minnesota State Aid design standards.
The Access Board Guidance on how to design and construct accessible pedestrian facilities.
Pedestrian Access to Roundabouts (1.14MB) : Assessment of Motorists' Yielding to Visually Impaired Pedestrians and Potential Treatments to Improve Access
FHWA Designing Sidewalks and Trails for Access
Part 1: Review of Existing Guidelines and Practices
Part 2: Best Practices Design Guide
MnDOT Americans with Disabilities Act Transition Plan has been adopted.
Definition of a pedestrian: "Pedestrian" means any person afoot or in a wheelchair.
MN Statute 169.01 Subd. 24.