Non-motorized infrastructure rehabilitation/replacement
MnDOT replaces or rehabilitates most sidewalks, shared use paths and other infrastructure for people walking, rolling or bicycling as part of other projects. In many instances, the responsibility of replacing or repairing the infrastructure is the responsibility of a local unit of government. However, MnDOT will occasionally select a standalone project to repair or replace existing non-motorized infrastructure.
At present, all funds for replacing or rehabilitating sidewalks, shared use paths and other infrastructure for people walking, rolling or bicycling are targeted to improvements on already planned projects.