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Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC)
The TAC is one of two technical advisory committees to the MIC. Its members inlcude planning and engineering staff from all MIC jurisdictions and also represent various modes of transportation including bikes and pedestrians, airport and port/harbor.
TAC Meetings
The MIC's Transportation Advisory Committee is made up of planning and engineering technical staff from all MIC jurisdictions. The TAC meets monthly, on the Tuesday before each MIC Policy Board meeting (on the third Wednesday of the month). TAC member comments and recommendations are presented to the Policy Board for their consideration, particularly in regard to voting items on the MIC agenda.

TAC Objectives
  • To advise the Metropolitan Interstate Council in transportation-related matters including, but not limited to, the development of transportation plans and programs, preparation of the transportation portion of work programs and study designs, and review of transportation projects submitted by the MIC.
  • To provide a forum for discussion of transportation matters relevant to the Duluth-Superior urbanized area by the local, state and federal officials who are directly concerned with their planning, programming and implementation.
  • To encourage participation in and coordination with metropolitan planning by all transportation implementation agencies and departments which have a direct part in the physical development of the transportation system of the Duluth-Superior urbanized area.
  • To encourage an intermodal and interdisciplinary approach to the overall transportation needs of the metropolitan area.
For More Information
Contact MIC Director Ron Chicka by phone at (218) 529-7506 or send a message by email

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Proctor Comprehensive Plan Update 2008

Endion Land Use and Transportation Study

Safe Routes To School Funding Applications

Northwest Superior Traffic Circulation Plan

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Duluth and Superior Safe Routes to School Plans

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