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Transportation Ombudsperson

Active dates:2008 -
Function:

The ombudsperson provides a neutral, independent resource for dispute and issue resolution between the department and the general public where another mechanism or forum is not available; gathers information about decisions, acts, and other matters of the department; provides information to the general public; facilitates discussions or arranging mediation when appropriate; and maintains and monitors performance measures for the ombudsperson program.

History:

The Transportation Ombudsperson office was established in 2008 by the then-commissioner of MnDOT, Thomas K. Sorel. The Legislature codified this role in statute in 2013 (see Laws of Minnesota 2013, chapter 127, section 47).

Agency heads:

The transportation ombudsperson reports directly to the commissioner. The ombudsperson must be selected without regard to political affiliation and must be qualified to perform the duties specified in this subdivision.

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Record last updated: 05/08/2020
 

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