The Minnesota 20-year State Highway Investment Plan has been finalized and is available online, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation.
The plan establishes priorities for spending projected capital revenue on the state highway system, a 12,000-mile network that plays a critical role in supporting the state's economy and quality of life. It is a fiscally constrained plan, meaning its planned expenditures must align with expected revenues, which total $18 billion.
Meanwhile, projected transportation needs on the state highway system during the next 20 years total $30 billion.
The plan also outlines the targeted actions and strategies MnDOT will pursue to stretch available revenue and how MnDOT will seek to leverage available revenues to achieve multiple purposes.
To view the final plan, visit the Minnesota Department of Transportation website.