From the beginning, MnROAD was imagined by its planners as a cold-regions research facility for pavements. In its first decade of operation, MnROAD was the site of numerous experiments whose main aim was to observe the effects of a Minnesota winter (or more than one winter) on the pavement system, from the materials in the surface course to the soils in subgrade. In holding to its goals as a cold-regions research facility, MnROAD engineers developed an extensive knowledge of pavement construction, design, and maintenance in cold-regions climates. In many areas, MnROAD engineers were pioneers in their particular cold-regions study: for instance, MnROAD engineers were some of the first in the United States to closely observe low-temperature cracking in pavements. Furthermore, MnROAD has gathered a significant amount of environmental data and data related to cold-regions phenomena such as low-temperature cracking. This brief details some of the MnROAD products dealing with MnROAD’s experience in cold-regions pavements.