MnDOT releases its updated capital highway investment plan

Published 8:02 pm Monday, November 5, 2018

The Minnesota Department of Transportation released its 2019-2028 Capital Highway Investment Plan detailing the agency’s planned investments on the state highway network during the next decade.

For 2019-2028, the plan identifies more than 760 pavement projects and nearly 380 bridge projects, as well as other investments that would improve traveler safety and mobility, rest stop and weigh station maintenance, and freight movement.

“Minnesota has the 5th largest road network in the country with more than 12,000 miles of state highways,” said Commissioner Charlie Zelle. “The Capital Highway Investment Plan helps MnDOT detail investments on the state highway network and improve the transparency of our decision-making processes.”

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Selecting projects on the state highway system is an annual process.

To learn more about the 10-year CHIP, see