Thank you to everyone that shared feedback about walking in Minnesota! We heard from over 2,000 people across the state through 42 in-person events and online engagement. This feedback will shape the plan recommendations for MnDOT policies and for prioritizing walking infrastructure on state highways. Click here to learn more about what we heard in each part of the state. Didn’t have a chance to share your thoughts or want to stay involved? Click here! We will share draft recommendations for public review in summer/fall 2020.


State Highways in Minnesota connect communities of all sizes. People travel along and across these streets by car, walking, and biking. State highways are also community Main Streets - places where people shop, work, go to school, and much more. The Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) plans for all the ways that people and goods move around Minnesota. Part of this means working toward prioritizing pedestrian improvements and investment on the state highway system.


Join us at one of the following engagement events and tell us about what types of infrastructure would help you walk more often in your community!

Streets Alive!
Moorhead, MN on August 25th

King Turkey Day
Worthington, MN on September 14th