Click here for a summary of the major project tasks and anticipated engagement activities. See below for updates.
- September 2020:
- August 2020:
- The first major engagement effort was an online survey for small urban, rural, and Tribal providers launched 8/1/2020. This is gathering essential technology information and perspectives to inform the first component of the plan-development process: Assess and evaluate completed transit technology planning activities.
- August Steering Committee meeting
Objectives: The project needs information, insights, and feedback from all key stakeholders to ensure the Transit Technology Plan meets the needs and will benefit providers, users, and Minnesota as a whole. Tribal, small urban, and rural transit providers in Greater Minnesota are key stakeholders, and critical to this transit technology planning process (see list of key stakeholder here).
Level of Engagement: To ensure clarity and transparency, MnDOT has determined that the level of engagement for this project is Consult (per the IAP2 Spectrum for Public Participation):
Engagement goal: To obtain stakeholder feedback on analyses, alternatives, and/or decisions.
Engagement promise: We will keep you informed, listen to and acknowledge concerns and aspirations, and provide feedback on how stakeholder input influenced the decision.
Engagement Core Values: The engagement for this project will be done in alignment with MnDOT’s commitment to the IAP2 Core Values for Engagement. Click here to learn more.
Steering Committee: MnDOT has created a Steering Committee that will meet periodically during this project to support stakeholder engagement and help guide the plan-development process. See information on Committee’s work and membership here.
Engagement activities: Click here for a summary of the major project tasks and anticipated engagement activities. See below for updates.