Minnesota transportation network includes a top-ranked international airport; a Great Lakes port with shipments to Europe arriving in 15-18 days; four Class I railroads and three major interstate highways. Minnesota is also a leader in broadband access and affordable energy rates.
Recent Infrastructure Rankings
- Top Airport in North America – Minneapolis–St. Paul International, 25-40 million passengers per year category (Airports Council International, 2016)
- Busiest Great Lakes Port by cargo tonnage – Port of Duluth-Superior (Army Corps of Engineers, 2015)
- 5th in Infrastructure (U.S. News & World Report, 2017)
- 10th in Infrastructure (CNBC, 2017)
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