Public Transportation - You've Got a Ride


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NDDOT is developing a statewide active and public transportation plan.



The Statewide Active and Public Transportation Plan, or ND Moves, will review and identify existing and emerging needs and recommend strategies for the future of biking, walking, rolling, and transit across the state. State, regional, and local stakeholders will be engaged in this process to help identify needs and opportunities and provide direction on the overall vision for the North Dakota transportation system. Ultimately, the plan will help to update or establish guidance on statewide programming and policies for NDDOT, and can also provide support and guidance to local communities.



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Project information including goals, timeline, and study area can be found in the Project Fact Sheet. Please click the icon below to download:

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Project Resources

July/August 2018 Open House Material:

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Open Houses Set for July and August

Thank you to those who were able to join us for open houses in July and August. As a follow-up, we've created an online survey. Please tell us what you think about planning goals, draft performance measures, and a draft statewide bicycle network plan. The survey is open until August 31st. Don’t miss your chance to be part of North Dakota’s transportation future!

Members of the public at an open house meeting



Arrow Schedule

The overall process for the creation of this plan is:



Plan Development:

Plan Development

September 2017 –
August 2018

Draft Plan:

Draft Plan

September –
October 2018

Public Engagement:

Public Engagement

September 2017 –
October 2018



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For questions or comments about the project, please use the contact information or comment form shown here:

Steve Mullen, Project Manager
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