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Chart of the Day: Lane Miles Per Estimated Market Value

Today’s chart of the day is the second in a series.  Although Ramsey and Hennepin counties have far fewer lane miles per capita, they appear to make far more productive use out of each mile.  This chart shows lane miles per $100 million of estimated market value of assessed property.  This data comes from MNDOT and […]

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Chart of the day: Lanes Miles of Metro Counties Per 10,000 People

You may have heard that the Metropolitan Council delayed their decision on the new Transportation Policy Plan in the face of criticism from the five suburban counties.  These counties are concerned about the lack of investment in suburban highways, among other issues.  This chart shows how many total lane miles of roads each county has […]

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Planned transitways under current revenue scenario

Comments on the Metropolitan Council’s Draft Transportation Policy Plan

The Metropolitan Council held a public hearing tonight on their draft Transportation Policy Plan. If you care about transit or transportation issues in the region, you should comment (you can do so through October 1). Here are four comments I have on the plan: Our urban areas are significantly underserved by this plan. Even under the “increased […]

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