MIC Policy Board
The MIC's planning and programming activities are overseen by the Policy Board, comprised of 18 elected officials and citizens (9 from Minnesota and 9 from Wisconsin).|
Policy Board members represent all local units of government within the MIC's planning area and are appointed by their jurisdictions for two-year terms. There are no limits to the number of terms a representative may serve.
Meeting materials (agendas, handouts, meeting summaries, guest speaker presentations) are posted one week prior to each month's meeting.|
The MIC meets every third Wednesday of the month through October and the second Wednesday of December (view 2015 calendar).
The monthly meetings provide a forum for discussion and consideration of local transportation issues by the MIC planners, local elected officials, and modal representatives who are directly involved.
|The Policy Board provides cooperative leadership to meet the following objectives:|
|For More Information
|Contact MIC Director Ron Chicka by phone at (218) 529-7506 or send a message by email|
|Current MIC meeting materials|
Calendar of upcoming committee meetings
|View a list of MIC staff members, their current projects and contact information.|
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|Now Accepting Applications for 2015-2016 Planning Internships
Gain firsthand experience in transportation and land use planning! The MIC is currently accepting applications for three paid internships, one each during Summer 2015, Fall Semester 2015 and Spring Semester 2016.
For more information or to apply, check out the MIC Internship page. Deadline to apply is April 24, 2015.
|Update: Bong Bridge Roundabout (2015)
A new roundabout will be constructed as part of the 2014-2015 rehabilitation of the US2/Bong Bridge between Superior and Duluth:
Handout: How to Navigate the US2/Bong Bridge Roundabout
Video: "Take it Slow"
WisDOT website: Fast Facts about the 2014-2015 Bong Bridge Rehabilitation Project
|Current Planning Initiatives
|Lincoln Park Multimodal Transportation Study|
Duluth-Superior Port Land Use Plan- 2015 Update
Northwest Douglas County Freight Movement Study
4th Street Construction Project
Duluth 6th Avenue East Traffic Study
|Recent Plans and Studies