The Duluth-Superior Metropolitan Interstate Council (MIC), has prepared a Draft Calendar Year 2021-2024 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the Superior Metropolitan Area. The Draft TIP lists all transportation projects in the Superior greater metropolitan area that are recommended by the MIC Board to receive federal transportation funds for CY 2021-2024.
To view the Draft TIP online, visit www.dsmic.org/superior2024. The document can also be viewed on the NWRPC Web site: 2021-2024 Draft TIP
Public comments are being taken from August 21 through September 20, 2020 on the Draft TIP and its proposed projects. To request a hard copy of the document, contact Sheldon Johnson, who is taking all public comments on the document, at email@example.com or (715) 635-2197. Comments and questions are welcomed for the duration of the public comment period.
A public informational session will be held on Wednesday, September 16, 2020 from 12:00pm – 1:00pm to review the proposed projects, answer questions and take comments. For the protection of the community, this meeting will be held online and by telephone during the current COVID-19 State of Emergency. Public access and public comment opportunities will be provided in keeping with open meeting requirements allowing the use of communications media technology such as telephone and video conferencing. Login and call-in information can be viewed on the TIP web page at www.dsmic.org/superior2024.
The Draft TIP, along with all comments received, will be considered for final approval at the MIC Board meeting on October 21, 2020. The final version of the 2021-2024 TIP will list all transportation projects that have been planned and programmed for federal funding within the greater Superior, WI area for those four years.
Public comment is solicited for a 30-day period in accordance with the MIC’s Public Involvement Plan for this Draft, as well as for the final TIP upon introduction of a major amendment. The MIC’s public participation process satisfies the Duluth Transit Authority’s public participation requirements for the program of projects.