KEEP MOVING TO KEEP AHEAD M AY 2013

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KEEP MOVING TO KEEP AHEAD M AY 2013

KEEP MOVING TO KEEP AHEAD M AY 2013

Mn. DOT Vision and Mission Vision: Transportation leader, committed to upholding public needs and

Mn. DOT Vision and Mission Vision: Transportation leader, committed to upholding public needs and collaboration with internal and external partners to create a safe, efficient and sustainable transportation system for the future. Mission: Provide the highest quality, dependable, multimodal transportation system through ingenuity, alliance and accountability. • • • Safety Mobility Innovation Leadership Transparency

Keep Moving to Keep Ahead / INVESTING IN TRANSPORTATION FOR THE NEXT 20 YEARS

Keep Moving to Keep Ahead / INVESTING IN TRANSPORTATION FOR THE NEXT 20 YEARS Safety – Towards Zero Death

Mobility – Statewide Critical Connections Interregional Corridors Bicycle Paths/Lanes Accessible Pedestrian Crossings Mn. PASS

Mobility – Statewide Critical Connections Interregional Corridors Bicycle Paths/Lanes Accessible Pedestrian Crossings Mn. PASS Lanes

Keep Moving to Keep Ahead / INVESTING IN TRANSPORTATION FOR THE NEXT 20 YEARS

Keep Moving to Keep Ahead / INVESTING IN TRANSPORTATION FOR THE NEXT 20 YEARS Innovation – Fostering a culture of innovation Rural Intersection Safety Projects Accelerated Construction Projects Mn. PASS Lanes

Transparency – Building Trust Citizens define transparency at Mn. DOT through an understanding of:

Transparency – Building Trust Citizens define transparency at Mn. DOT through an understanding of: Where does transportation money come from? How is it spent? How are priorities determined (which projects)? What are Mn. DOT’s agency goals? What’s Mn. DOT’s progress toward achieving these goals?

Update: Vision in Action • Minnesota GO 50 -year vision for transportation o Better

Update: Vision in Action • Minnesota GO 50 -year vision for transportation o Better align the multimodal transportation system with what Minnesotans expect for their quality of life, economy and natural environment • Minnesota State Highway Investment Plan 2014 -2033 (Mn. SHIP) o Support the guiding principles from the Minnesota GO vision and link the policies and strategies laid out in the Statewide Multimodal Transportation Plan • Transportation Financing Advisory Committee (TFAC) o Established by Governor Mark Dayton to analyze potential revenue sources and non-traditional approaches to transportation funding and financing as well as opportunities for public-private partnerships

Minnesota citizens and businesses agree our transportation system should: • Support Minnesota businesses ü

Minnesota citizens and businesses agree our transportation system should: • Support Minnesota businesses ü ü access labor move products prosper stay in Minnesota • Support our state’s ability to compete for jobs • Align to Minnesota’s growing and changing population • Be modern, updated and compete with other regions

Our transportation system is a vital part of keeping Minnesotans connected.

Our transportation system is a vital part of keeping Minnesotans connected.

Keeping Minnesotans Connected Our transportation system connects us to:

Keeping Minnesotans Connected Our transportation system connects us to:

Our transportation system needs to accommodate Minnesota’s economic growth, jobs and our changing population.

Our transportation system needs to accommodate Minnesota’s economic growth, jobs and our changing population.

Accommodate growth The amount of goods we’re moving is growing by 2030

Accommodate growth The amount of goods we’re moving is growing by 2030

Our state’s system is aging 50% of Mn. DOT’s pavements are over 50 years

Our state’s system is aging 50% of Mn. DOT’s pavements are over 50 years old 40% of Mn. DOT’s bridges are over 40 years old

Our transportation system needs to accommodate Minnesota’s economic growth, jobs and our changing population.

Our transportation system needs to accommodate Minnesota’s economic growth, jobs and our changing population.

Buying Power The buying power of projected revenue is expected to decrease over the

Buying Power The buying power of projected revenue is expected to decrease over the next 20 years.

Investment needs are across the state and include roads and bridges, transit, trails and

Investment needs are across the state and include roads and bridges, transit, trails and support for freight. Investment and economic growth go hand in hand.

Investment and growth

Investment and growth

Questions?

Questions?