Delivering Results: Working to provide sustainable options to safely move people, goods, services, and information
December 19, 2012
ST. PAUL, MN – Two years into his administration, Governor Mark Dayton is making important progress toward building a Better Minnesota. Measuring that progress by the improvements Minnesotans have seen in their lives, families, communities, and economy, the Dayton Administration is taking inventory of what has been accomplished thus far, and considering the work that still remains to be done.
One crucial measure of that progress is providing sustainable options to safely move people, goods, services, and information. The success of Minnesota’s economy depends on a transportation system that safely and efficiently gets people and goods where they need to be. Our roadways, bridges, and rail systems are continuously improving thanks to Governor Dayton’s leadership. In addition to strong physical infrastructure, Minnesota citizens and businesses need affordable access to the high-tech infrastructure that drives our global economy, including high-speed internet in every corner of our state.
The attached document highlights a few important efforts, among many, undertaken by the Dayton Administration over the last two years that have made important progress toward accomplishing those objectives.