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Complete Streets in Minnesota
The Complete Streets goal is an integrated transportation system that:
- Includes all modes of transportation (transit, freight, automobile, bicycle and pedestrian)
- Serves everyone, all ages and abilities
MnDOT requires that the principles of “Complete Streets” are to be considered at all phases of planning and project development in the establishment, development, operation, and maintenance of a comprehensive, integrated, and connected multimodal transportation system.
MnDOT Technical Memorandum
Through collaboration with MnDOT's external stakeholders on the Complete Streets Advisory Group, the agency has developed a Complete Streets Technical Memorandum (PDF) to guide MnDOT's Complete Streets implementation.
Learn more about
- Law and policy development
- Advisory group meetings
- Local community policies and strategies
- Ways to get involved
- Getting Results: Complete Streets in Minnesota: A Report from the Minnesota Complete Streets Peer Exchange (PDF) written by the National Complete Streets Coalition
- Complete Streets Implementation Resource Guide for Minnesota Local Agencies (PDF) released February 2013