Registration Now Open for 2019 MTPA Conference
The Tri-County Regional Planning Commission is hosting this year's Michigan Transportation Planning Association Conference from July 24-26, 2019 in downtown Lansing at the Radisson Hotel at the Capitol. Registration is now live!
This annual conference brings together elected officials and transportation and land use planners representing federal, statewide, regional, and local entities from across Michigan to exchange best practices, successful planning strategies, and policy development techniques. Visit www.mtpa-mi.org to register.
Register by May 17th to receive the early bird registration rate. The special hotel room rate will be available until July 1st or until the group block is sold-out, whichever comes first.
View event details and additional information on the draft agenda, hotel reservations, parking, and student registration at www.mitcrpc.org/events-1/2019-mtpa-conference. Interested in sponsoring? Have additional questions? Contact Andrea Strach, Transportation Program Implementation Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 517-393-0342 x 29.
The Michigan Transportation Planning Association (MTPA) is a voluntary association of public organizations and agencies which are responsible for the administration of transportation planning activities throughout the State of Michigan. MTPA dedicates itself to professional development and the improvement of urban transportation planning in Michigan. These dual goals are achieved by providing educational opportunities for, and fostering communication among, the practitioners of urban transportation planning in Michigan.
The Tri-County Regional Planning Commission is a public planning agency established in 1956, serving Clinton, Eaton, and Ingham counties in Mid-Michigan. Tri-County makes our region a more prosperous community by planning for a strong economy, reliable transportation, and sustainable infrastructure and natural resources. We connect local organizations and governments to funding, technical assistance, data resources, and opportunities to discuss trends and challenges affecting the Greater Lansing area. Learn more at www.mitcrpc.org.