What is Planning and Programming?
MnDOT’s Planning and Programming responsibilities consist of a range of activities. These include writing plans, conducting data analysis, reviewing performance outcomes, and managing the capital program.
MnDOT is currently updating three key transportation plans. The public is invited to review and comment on the plans, which will shape the future of transportation in the state and direct billions of dollars of investment during the next two years.
View drafts of the Statewide Multimodal Transportation Plan, 20-Year Minnesota State Highway Investment Plan, and Greater Minnesota Transit Investment Plan on the Minnesota GO homepage. Submit your feedback by October 14th!
News & Notes
MnDOT's Complete Streets Policy has been updated as of May 2016. The updated policy has adopted much of what was included in the Complete Streets Technical Memorandum, which is being retired. View MnDOT's updated Complete Streets Policy.
In August 2016, MnDOT adopted the updated Statewide Bicycle System Plan. The updated plan provides a framework for how bicycling needs and interests will be met in the state. View MnDOT's updated Statewide Bicycle System Plan.
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