TCRPC requests statements of qualifications from qualified firms for two (2) projects, due January 11, 2019.
The Hazard Mitigation Committee met and held a public forum at which they voted to submit the draft Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan to IEMA.
The article provides an overview of the issues affecting Peoria Lakes and a rundown of the planning process.
TCRPC requests proposals for digital orthophotography on behalf of its local government partners: Logan County, Peoria County, Tazewell County, and Woodford County. Proposals are due November 2, 2018 at 4:30pm to Tri-County Regional Planning Commission.
PPUATS recently received two transportation planning grants from the Illinois Department of Transportation, putting $380,000 to work in Greater Peoria.
As part of its Special Transportation Studies program, PPUATS provided funding for the Peoria Downtown Wayfinding Study. The City and consultant Corbin Design held a public meeting to gain reactions to the proposed sign family and placement plan.
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.”