The speaker at this week’s transportation seminar at the Gateway Building noted that the $21 billion that’s been reported as what Illinois needs annually to repair crumbling infrastructure may be a low-end estimate.
TCRPC and PPUATS invite you to their spring symposium on May 9-10: Productive Streets — The Driving Force for a Stronger Region
Our Spring newsletter is hot off the presses! Find out what TCRPC has been up to and learn about what issues are facing the region!
Think of a street like a Rubik’s cube. Different colored squares could represent modes of transportation or streetscape elements. The end product is a multicolored cube, showing several transportation options in a safe space—i.e., the concept of a “Complete Street.”
There will be a public hearing for the 2018 PPUATS Quadrennial Certification Review on March 7, 2018, at 9:00am. This hearing will take place during
TCRPC seeks proposals from qualified firms for professional services to assess the pavement condition of major roads in the Peoria-Pekin Urbanized Area. Sealed proposals will
Join us Tuesday, January 23rd from 7pm to 8pm at the Roanoke United Methodist Church for the Comprehensive Plan Update Public Open House! The event
TCRPC is seeking statements of qualifications from qualified firms for professional planning services for two separate projects: a Downtown Wayfinding Plan for Peoria, Illinois and
by Ray Lees, Planning Program Manager Early last year, the Tri-County Regional Planning Commission solicited consultants to examine the possibility of a multi-modal riverfront port
[lede]The Illinois River is arguably the region’s most precious resource and has been for centuries. Unfortunately, it is under tremendous stress and has become the