Original Article Posted: http://www.metrocouncil.org

The Metropolitan Council has awarded six contracts totaling $161,000 to community-based organizations to engage people in MnDOT’s Rethinking I-94 Study. 

The goal of the contracts is to engage communities along the freeway corridor so that historically underrepresented community members can help shape decisions on the future design, use and overall look of I-94. The information and perspectives gained through engagement will help steer Rethinking I-94 by shedding light on any themes that may not have been brought out yet or by amplifying any current themes for a closer look.

Contracts have been awarded to the following organizations:

The organizations will execute their respective engagement projects throughout the next year.  They will work closely with MnDOT, the Council, and each other to learn and discuss engagement practices that work best.

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