What Will Highways Look Like In Twenty Years? Minnesota Department Of Transportation Asks For Your Input
The Minnesota Department of Transportation wants your input in what the states highways will look like in the future. MnDOT has kicked off a series of public meetings in which they’re asking state residents to weigh in on the upcoming draft of the Minnesota 20-Year State Highway Investment Plan. This plan will establish the spending priorities for projected capital revenue. These priorities will influence the selection of future projects throughout the state.
Two remaining public sessions will be held June 12th and 13th.
- The Wednesday, June 12th session happens in Detroit Lakes from 2-4PM at the Minnesota State Community and Technical College – 900 Minnesota Highway 94.
- The Thursday, June 13th session happens in Bemidji from 10:30-12:30PM at the Beltrami Electric Cooperative Community Room – 4111 Technology Drive NW.
In July, the public comment period continues. A draft of the finished document will be available online by clicking here. It can also be viewed at the MnDOT Library, 395 John Ireland Blvd, St. Paul.
For more details on how to stay involved in the entire process, click here.