CURRENT PROJECTS

What's Underway

Tri-County produces and coordinates a variety of plans, studies, and other special projects to keep improving our region's transportation system, economy, and built and natural environment. Explore active and recently completed projects below.

THE VISION FOR MICHIGAN'S AVENUE

Michigan Avenue connects world-class talent at Michigan State University in East Lansing to our State Capitol in Lansing, where decisions about the lives of Michiganders are made every day. This is Michigan's Avenue, and it's time we have a shared, unified vision for it!

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TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (TIP)

Our newly adopted TIP plans for transportation projects totaling more than $500 million for our region's roads, bicycle and pedestrian facilities, transit, and other improvements to infrastructure and mobility.

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GREATER LANSING TRAILS PLAN

We're developing a feasibility study for our regional trails system to identify routes that improve the connectivity and accessibility of our region's parks, trails, and water amenities locally and statewide.

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COMPREHENSIVE ECONOMIC RESILIENCY STRATEGY

We've identified strategies for our communities to recover from further economic disruptions. Stay tuned for the final Economic Resiliency Strategy for the tri-county region and upcoming data dashboard! 

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METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION PLAN (MTP)

We've developed a long-range vision for our region's transportation system. This plan identifies projects and strategies that will improve our regional mobility, roads, our economy, and safety and connectivity!

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TRI-COUNTY VIRTUAL TRAIL EXPLORER

Embark on a virtual exploration of over 140 miles of hiking, biking, and water trails, including the Lansing River Trail, Middle Grand River Water Trail, Clinton-Ionia-Shiawassee Trail, and more, with our 360° tour of the region's major trail system!  

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FLOODING ASSESSMENT 

Help us develop a regional database of frequently flooded locations within the transportation network in our communities! We are conducting a study to assess where our infrastructure is most vulnerable, including roads, bridges, culverts, and trails.

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