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MnDOT Focus Accountability and Transparency. Charlie Zelle, Commissioner Minnesota Department of Transportation February 18, 2014. MnDOT Strategic Priority. Continued Focus: Transparency & Accountability

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mndot focus accountability and transparency

MnDOT FocusAccountability and Transparency

Charlie Zelle, Commissioner

Minnesota Department of Transportation

February 18, 2014

mndot strategic priority
MnDOT Strategic Priority

Continued Focus: Transparency & Accountability

  • MnDOT runs the equivalent of a multi-billion dollar project execution and services business
  • Focused on best value for taxpayer dollars, accountable and transparent
  • Right thing to do, not to justify new revenue
  • Helping to close the revenue gap through efficiencies in innovative solutions, technologies, and operations
perfect storm looming
Perfect Storm Looming
  • Risks contributing:

Loss of purchasing power --

Highway construction inflation, more fuel efficient vehicles

At our debt ceiling limit

(20% of annual state revenues to the TH Fund)

Federal Highway Trust Fund at risk, adding stress to states

Aging system -- life cycle costs

Changing demographics place new and greater demands on the system

performance based design best value wise use of resources saving dollars and motorist delays
Performance Based Design, Best ValueWise use of resources: saving dollars and motorist delays
  • Performance-based design:
    • Hwy 169/494, TH100 near Hwy 7, St. Croix Crossing
  • MnPASS Lanes – move more people with less pavement
  • Innovative Construction Methods – Maryland Ave. & Hastings Bridges

HASTINGS BRIDGE

Original bridge Float down the river 9/12/12 Completed bridge

Lifted into place 60 hours later

transparency accountability
Transparency & Accountability

Three continued areas of focus:

  • Financial Management
      • Budgeting by Products and Services
      • Full Cost Allocation System
  • Asset Management
      • Lifecycle costs for pavement, bridges, etc.
  • Project Management
      • On time and on budget quality projects
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2011 Highway Spending Per Lane-mile: Minnesota vs. Regional Peer States(Source: 2011 Highway Statistics, FHWA)
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Thank you

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