SPEED LIMIT? - Here'sYour Answer (437 kb, pdf, 2 pages) Thisbrochure answers all your speed limit questions.
Speed Limit Publications
- SPEED LIMIT? - Here's Your Answer (PDF, 437 KB, 2 pp)
- Work Zone Speed Limit Guidelines (PDF, 1.37 MB, 20 pp)
- School Zone Speed Limits (PDF, 152 KB, 1 p)
- Speed Limit Task Force Final Report
Study on speed limits on local roads (PDF, 2.9 MB, 45 pp)
Speed Management Links
Phone Numbers and E-mail
The phone numbers to call for state or local assistance can be found in the phone book under government listings.
If you are unable to find the proper phone number, you may contact:
Mn/DOT's Information Center
Toll-free from Greater Minnesota:
800/627-3529 (TTY, Voice or ASCII)
Who Do I Contact?
If you believe that there is a safety concern or an inappropriate speed limit posted, the person to contact depends on the type of road.
For regulatory and advisory speed limits on the trunk highway system, you may contact the district traffic engineer at your Mn/DOT district office.
The trunk highway system includes:
Minnesota State Highways
Local streets and highways
For these roadways, you may contact your local road authority (county, city or township).
For advisory speed limits: The local road authority can determine these advisory speeds and post the plates without authorization from the commissioner of transportation.
For regulatory speed limits: The local road authority can pass a resolution requesting an investigation by Mn/DOT. Based upon the results, Mn/DOT may then authorize the local road authority to post new speed limits.