Hands-on activities introduce kids to transportation at Tech Fest

Photo courtesy of The Works Museum

On February 24, CTS partnered with MnDOT to bring transportation-related activities to Tech Fest, an annual event held at The Works Museum in Bloomington, Minnesota.

The event, geared toward kids ages four and up, is designed to inspire interest in engineering and technology. It features hands-on activities and demos from the museum and its partners.

At the CTS booth, kids played Gridlock Buster, our online traffic control game. CTS staff were also joined by MnDOT engineers Eli Ramirez and Aislyn Ryan, who helped attendees learn about and build their own bridges using MnDOT’s bridge-in-a-bag activity.

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