State Freight Plan

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We're working to update Minnesota’s State Freight Plan. The plan is a federally required effort that envisions the future needs to move goods and services to serve Minnesota’s economy over the next 20 years. It's vital to identify key investments in the freight system statewide and to better support the transportation of goods and services across modes. This update will link into previous statewide engagement efforts, including the Manufacturer Perspectives’ Studies and regional District Freight Plans.


Opportunities to engage

Your feedback will help guide us to create a 20-year vision for the future state freight
system in Minnesota. You can provide feedback on the future of our freight system in the following ways:

We're working to update Minnesota’s State Freight Plan. The plan is a federally required effort that envisions the future needs to move goods and services to serve Minnesota’s economy over the next 20 years. It's vital to identify key investments in the freight system statewide and to better support the transportation of goods and services across modes. This update will link into previous statewide engagement efforts, including the Manufacturer Perspectives’ Studies and regional District Freight Plans.


Opportunities to engage

Your feedback will help guide us to create a 20-year vision for the future state freight
system in Minnesota. You can provide feedback on the future of our freight system in the following ways:

  • The Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) is updating the State Freight Plan to improve freight access, reliability, and connections across the state. Freight helps deliver goods purchased online and food, which can involve multiple modes of transportation. As you think through the questions below, consider all types of modes and freight facilities and how they impact you:

    • Trucks, roadways, and truck stops
    • Freight trains, railroads, and railyards
    • Cargo ships, waterways, and waterway ports
    • Cargo planes and airports
    • Pipelines
    • Multiple modes of freight


    Your feedback will help guide investments for the state freight transportation system and help to create a 20-year vision for the future state freight network.

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Page last updated: 15 Feb 2024, 05:54 AM