Plans, TIPs & Maps

About MIC Planning

Better transportation means a better tomorrow.

Transportation systems are complex. They cross jurisdictional boundaries and include multiple modes of travel—by land, water and air; personal and commercial; motorized and non-motorized.

So transportation planning just makes sense, to encourage coordination and cooperation as spending decisions are made at the local, state and federal levels.

Transportation planning also brings best practices and public input to bear on short-term and long-range goals and policies.  The MIC works to identify issues, assess conditions, gather public input and prioritize infrastructure investments to meet current and future needs.