Transportation Information System (TIS)
The TIS is an integrated database with roadway and selected bridge, accident, traffic and pavement data. See the TIS users manual (PDF) for more information.
Construction project log
The project log is a general index of construction and maintenance projects. It normally includes mainline work only. Therefore, ramp, roadside work, turn lanes, temporary and bypass construction, median barriers and bridge maintenance work is normally not included. Also, the project log is not intended to be a source of information for bridge details. Bridge maintenance is not listed and bridge construction and replacements are usually included in or tied to a mainline grading and surfacing project. In addition, a number of people have worked on the project logs over many years. Due to this there will be some variance in the listed details of a project. Finally, not all highways sections have project logs. Typically, if a section of road was originally constructed under the DOT, a project log will be created. If the road is constructed by another road authority and then handed over to MnDOT afterwards, a construction log is generally not available.
- To access the complete set of project logs (active and **inactive), click the county name from the list. Then in the next screen select the control section number of the highway to be viewed. There are a few control sections that do not have project logs.
- **Inactive segment: Highways or highway segments that have been eliminated or no longer exist on the trunk highway system due to jurisdictional changes.
- If you don't know the control section number of the highway to be viewed, click the (View Map) link. You will be taken to a map of the county labeled with control section numbers. Once you have found your number, click anywhere on the map and you will be brought to a page with links to all of the control sections for that county. Click the desired control section link to get the corresponding project log.
Need help finding the county you need? Click here for a statewide highway map (PDF).
NOTE: Files are in PDF format