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- Access Management Manual
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- Complete Streets
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- Functional Classification
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- Project Scoping and Cost Estimating
- Regional Trade Center Study (pdf)
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- Transportation Long-Range Funding Solutions
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Minnesota GO: Crafting a Transportation Vision for Generation
The Minnesota Department of Transportation is launching a visioning process to better align the transportation system with what Minnesotan’s expect for their quality of life, economy, and natural environment. Through Minnesota GO, MnDOT will engage Minnesotans from all walks of life in both online and in-person activities to help craft a transportation vision for generations. Visioning will help MnDOT and our partners prioritize among the multiple goals, objectives, and expectations for the transportation system and will directly shape an updated Statewide Multimodal Transportation Plan by early 2012. Minnesota GO was launched in March and will conclude in August 2011.
- With other state agencies and transportation partners, establish a vision statement
- Affirm existing or develop new principles for long-range policies and strategies
- Highlight potential policies and strategies to be considered and included in the next Statewide Multimodal Transportation Plan
- Document public thinking on a range of issues affecting and affected by transportation in Minnesota
What is a Vision?
- A description of a desired future
- Answers the question “what are we trying to achieve?”
- Does NOT answer the question “how will we do it?” – This will be addressed in subsequent statewide, modal, and regional planning efforts.
For questions or more information contact: Philip Schaffner or 651-366-3743.
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