News & Announcements

Moving Mid-Michigan gives the region's citizens an opportunity to form the future they want. The Tri-County Regional Planning Commission works with media agencies and local jurisdictions to raise awareness of the 2045 Regional Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP).

 

We want the public to have a say in how our transportation system and infrastructure may change and improve over the next 25+ years! Find resources and informational media materials below.

Have Questions?

Contact Ashling Jackson, Director of Marketing & Community Outreach, to help meet your media needs. 

September 05, 2018

Infographics

Check out these infographics for stats that tell the story of our regional, statewide, and national transportation system! 

These were displayed during the public open houses on November 8th, with statistics for Safety, Pavement Condition, and Transit updated for the August 2018 public forms. Visit the Contact Us tab if you'd like to make a comment on the topics presented. 

September 05, 2018

Tri-County Public Forums Presentation

What is the 2045 Metropolitan Transportation Plan and how does it work? View Tri-County's overview of the process.

This was made as a presentation by Tri-County during the public August 2018 public forums. Visit the Contact Us tab if you'd like to make a comment on the topics presented. 

September 05, 2018

MDOT Public Forums Presentation

View the Michigan Department of Transportation's 5-year plan and projects for our region.

This was made as a presentation by MDOT staff during the public August 2018 public forums. Visit the Contact Us tab if you'd like to make a comment on the topics presented. 

May 01, 2018

Public Forums Flyer

Come learn about the current condition of our region’s transportation system, view potential future projects, learn how transportation projects are funded, and provide input on how you would want your transportation dollars spent. Plus, enter for the chance to win a $100 gift card!

August 10, 2018

Media Release: Moving Mid-Michigan Public Forums

The Tri-County Regional Planning Commission is hosting a series of public forums on August 21, 23, 28, and 30 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at different locations throughout the region to hear from the public on transportation priorities.

November 15, 2017

Open House Maps

Do you ever wonder what safety, pavement condition, bicycle + pedestrian travel options, traffic congestion, public transit, the movement of goods, and air and rail transportation look like in our region? Check out these maps for a detailed look!

These were displayed during the public open houses on November 8th. Visit the Contact Us tab if you'd like to make a comment on the topics presented. 

October 13, 2017

Open House Flyer

Stop by one of our free, informal public open houses on November 8th! Explore your priorities, learn what it takes to improve our transportation infrastructure, and share your experiences with transportation in Clinton, Eaton, and Ingham counties. 

Spanish language flyer is available.

September 07, 2017

Press Release: Moving Mid-Michigan Kickoff

We're seeking public input for the long-range vision of the region's transportation system. the 2045 Regional Metropolitan Transportation Plan, titled Moving Mid-Michigan, will integrate everything from biking and pedestrian trails, to traffic congestion, road conditions, public transit, and freight movement.

September 05, 2017

Kickoff Flyer

Make your voice heard! Share your input on transportation in Clinton, Eaton, and Ingham counties by attending a public open house, submitting a public comment form, or taking our survey for a chance to win a $50 gift card.

August 04, 2017

Social Media Toolkit

We’re seeking input from the public about changes that can be made to improve transportation in the region. Use these sample posts to spread the word on social media!

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