2019-2028 District CHIP
What is in the District CHIPs?
Each district CHIP includes an overview of the district, planned investments, and list of planned projects over the next ten years. The district CHIPs also highlight district investment strategies and projected 10-year outcomes based on the 10-year list of projects. Projects in the first four years show an estimated breakdown of project cost by investment category since these projects are further along in the project scoping process. Projects outside of four years do not include estimated cost breakdowns as these projects are less defined.
2019-2028 10-Year District CHIP Project List
2019-2028 10-Year District CHIP Project Lists
What if I have questions or comments on a project?
Good! We welcome comments and questions about projects. One of the reasons MnDOT started identifying potential projects 10 years in advance is to better coordinate and communicate potential projects before they reach the 4-year STIP. MnDOT generally begins scoping projects 5 to 6 years in advance, which are 2023 and 2024 for this year’s CHIP. Now is the best time to provide a comment on projects planned for those years. The best way to find information about a project in years 5-10 is to contact the district planning director. They are listed below:
District 1 Planning Director: Bryan Anderson, firstname.lastname@example.org
District 2 Planning Director: Darren Laesch, email@example.com
District 3 Planning Director: Steve Voss, firstname.lastname@example.org
District 4 Planning Director: Mary Safgren, email@example.com
District 6 Planning Director: Heather Lukes, firstname.lastname@example.org
District 7 Planning Director: Ronda Allis, email@example.com
District 8 Planning Director: Lindsey Bruer, firstname.lastname@example.org
Metro District Planning: Lynne Bly, email@example.com
To comment, click on their name and an email will appear with their address. If you have general questions about the CHIP and the project development process, please email Josh Pearson, firstname.lastname@example.org, or use the comment box below.