MnDOT has released their 2017 State Bicycle Map as a resource for both users and those planning transportation systems. As County-level maps are completed, they are also being added to the website. MnDOT Bicycle Maps.
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The Statewide Bicycle System Plan represents MnDOT’s vision and goals for bicycle transportation, implementation strategies, and performance measures to evaluate progress toward achieving this vision. The plan falls in line with MnDOT’s family of plans, including Minnesota GO. It follows the completion of the Statewide Bicycle Planning Study.
While the GMRPTC is a separate entity from the DNR, we are still partner agencies. Planning coordination between the Commission and MN DNR Parks and Trails is important. The purpose of the Parks and Trails Strategic Plan is to communicate the Division’s strategic priorities to staff and partners, so that they understand them and can assist with implementation efforts.
Mn/DOT has created a new state bicycle map, available as a pdf download or in print. They have also created individual county-level bicycle maps, available online. Check it out!
This report is the Metropolitan Council’s 2040 Regional Parks Policy Plan.
Prior to the establishment of Greater Minnesota Regional Parks and Trails Commission (Commission) in 2013, Greater Minnesota did not have an established history of comprehensive planning for regional parks and trails. This strategic plan is the starting point for that process. Under this plan, the Commission formally takes on this responsibility by becoming what is essentially the third leg of a three-legged stool in meeting regional and state-level park and trail needs across Minnesota.
2015 GMRPTC Strategic Plan
An oldy but goody: In mid-2005, Beltrami County established a Recreational Trails Advisory Task Force to oversee the comprehensive planning of trails on county lands. This document is the final product of the process, which was completed and adopted by the County Board in April of 2006.
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