, Senior Fellow (Retired), Humphrey School of Public Affairs
Frank Douma, Director, State & Local Policy, Humphrey School of Public Affairs
In its 2013 session, the Minnesota Legislature directed the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) to fund research at the University of Minnesota's Center for Transportation Studies on "transportation policy and economic competitiveness, including, but not limited to, innovative transportation finance options and economic development, transportation impacts of industry clusters and freight, and transportation technology impacts on economic competitiveness."
The purpose of this work plan is to continue to implement that directive. Now in its third year, the overall focus continues to be on investigating how innovations in transportation can contribute to economic competitiveness. The Program engages in research, outreach, and other related activities that investigate how innovative transportation finance, industry clusters, and transportation technologies affect economic competitiveness.
- Project number: 2016025
- Start date: 07/2015
- Project status: Completed
- Research area: Planning and Economy
Economics, Traffic operations