MnDOT wants your input on how to make bicycling safer and more accessible

You can help shape the future of bicycling in Minnesota. Transportation officials are holding public meetings around the state to get feedback on how to best accommodate bicyclists on roads.
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You can help shape the future of bicycling in Minnesota. Transportation officials are holding public meetings around the state to get feedback on how to best accommodate bicyclists on roads.

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