Progress In Motion was organized in order to launch a media campaign in the support of additional transportaion funding. Progress In Motion (PIM) focuses on paid advertising, community outreach, earned media coverage, social media, and grassroots organizing.
Originally organized back in 1893, the Minnesota Transportation Alliance is a statewide coalition of organizations advocating for a safe and effective transportation system that works for all Minnesotans. Learn More
The federal trust fund will run short in July unless Congress takes action! We need to send a strong message about the importance of federal transportation funding for Minnesota. Join your colleagues Tuesday-Thursday, June 17-19, 2014. Come to Washington, D.C. to meet with Minnesota's Congressional delegation to discuss transportation issues in your part of the state and the need to avoid cuts in federal highway and transit dollars.
There will be an evening to relax with friends and colleagues on Wednesday, June 18th when we will head to Nationals Park for the Nationals vs. Astros baseball game!
Why is the transportation system so critical for our economy? What does the future hold for our highways, bridges and transit-ways?
Watch this brief video and hear from business leaders, experts and average people about the critical nature of Minnesota’s transportation system and why everyone needs to be concerned about the future of our economy and quality of life if we don’t make the investments needed to improve safety and mobility for everyone. You can make a difference. Watch this video and find out how:
Planning Ahead - This video was produced with the support and funding ofProgress In Motion
Please click below to view both a Metro Area and Statewide map of what the future of transportation in Minnesota looks like. These were released on Thursday, January 24, 2013 as part of a Progress In Motion press conference.
A press conference highlighting the connections between investment in transportation infrastructure and job creation was held Monday, October 24. This conference was held in anticipation of Governor Dayton's 2011 Job Summit that will be discussing Minnesota's economic growth and job creation strategies. Monday's press conference focused on the ability of transportation projects to get people working on the transportation system businesses need to move people and products, featuring the Minnesota Transportation Alliance's Roadmap to 2040.
Below are some articles detailing the press conference: