The Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) considers non-motorized users as an integral part of the multimodal transportation system and is committed to supporting them in all circumstances, including in the context of work zones. When pedestrian and bicycle facilities are impacted due to maintenance or construction, efforts should be made to accommodate the affected users. MnDOT has developed guidance on accommodating both pedestrians and bicyclists in work zones in an effort to improve consistency, level of service and safety. The level of accommodation and accessibility is dictated by various laws, regulations and standards. Walk through considerations for accommodating non-motorized users in work zones, from project planning to construction, in this highly informative session.