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Access and Mobility for People and Freight 2030 (Sept. 2005)
All Metropolitan Planning Agencies are required to produce a Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) to address transportation projects, programs, trends and policies for a 20-year timeframe. The MIC's current LRTP, entitled Access and Mobility for People and Freight 2030, was completed and approved September 2005.

Current Plan Document

The MIC's current LRTP document for the Duluth-Superior metropolitan planning area, entitled Access and Mobility for People and Freight 2030, is available in pdf format:

    View the complete plan (440 pages, 20 MB)

    …or individual chapters may be seen by clicking "view" under each section, below:

    Overview / Table of Contents
    Chapter 1 / Introduction
    Chapter 2 / Planning and Policy Framework
    Chapter 3 / Multimodal Transportation Network
    Chapter 4 / Transportation Management and Operation
    Chapter 5 / Travel Demand Model
    Chapter 6 / Network Recommendations
    Chapter 7 / Plan Summary and Public Comments
    Updates and Amendments
    To comply with the SAFETEA-LU federal transportation legislation, in 2006 and 2007 the MIC Policy Board approved the following documents:

    Long Range Plan Amendment
    Expands the scope of the 2030 Long Range Transportation Plan to address five main focal points:
    • Safety Planning
    • Security Planning
    • Economic Development Planning and Coordination
    • Environmental Consultation and Mitigation Activities
    • Operations and Maintenance Strategies

    View the complete text of the Amendment, approved June 20, 2007, addressing these topics.

    Coordinated Human Services Transit Plan
    Asesses the transit needs of elderly, disabled and low-income populations in Duluth and Superior. ...view

    Public Involvement Plan Update
    Identifies techniques and strategies to generate stakeholder input, educate local jurisdictions about our planning processes, and increase outreach to the public, particularly in regards to web accessibility....view

For More Information
Contact MIC Planner Robert Herling by phone at (218) 529-7573 or by e-mail.