About the Project
The Bismarck-Mandan Metropolitan Transportation Plan will address all transportation issues in the region. The Arrive 2045 Plan will help to identify issues and opportunities for transportation improvements, build partnerships, and improve mobility for all users.
Check out past presentations, reports, and meeting notes to stay up-to-date with the project. All relevant project documents will be posted on this page.
News & Updates
Draft Report Available Now
Review the draft report by clicking on the icon at the left or visiting the documents tab.
July 2019 Public Meetings
The project team will be hosting a series of public meetings to share updates on the project and solicit your input on high-priority transportation projects. Join us at one of the three meetings to share your ideas!
July 9, 2019: 6-8PM at Lincoln City Hall
July 10, 2019: 9-11AM at Bismarck State College
July 11, 2019: 6-8PM at Mandan City Hall
View the flyer by clicking the icon at the left to learn more about the meetings.
Goals, Objectives, and Performance Measures
The project team has worked with stakeholders to identify key goals, objectives, and performance measures for the future Bismarck-Mandan transportation network. These goals will support a balanced and effective network that meets local and national performance standards. Read the goals by clicking the icon to the left.
Existing System Performance
We have examined all the transportation systems in Bismarck and Mandan including roadways, bicycle and pedestrian networks, and the transit system. Through this research, we have mapped the systems and documented the policies and plans in place for future development. View the existing system performance report by clicking the icon to the left.
Interviews with Transportation Leaders
Check out our new video highlighting interviews with transportation leaders from around Bismarck and Mandan.
March 2019 Newsletter
Read about the Metropolitan Transportation Plan, the transportation futures summit last fall, and next steps in the project in our second issue.