Opinions count at SEMCOG
SEMCOG encourages informed and productive participation in issues affecting the public. View SEMCOG's Public Participation Plan (revised 2011) and new video, Citizen's Guide to Transportation Planning in Southeast Michigan. We invite you to comment on the following public notices.
SEMCOG announces public review and comment period for Southeast Michigan's long-range transportation plan — May 9, 2013
Public meetings for 2040 Regional Transportation Plan and FY 2014-2017 Transportation Improvement Program set — April 24, 2013
Regional Transit Authority (RTA)
A Regional Transit Authority (RTA) was recently established for Southeast Michigan. The RTA is composed of the counties of Wayne, Oakland, Macomb and Washtenaw.
Learn more about the RTA
View RTA Public Notices
2040 Regional Transportation Plan
In 2013, local government members of SEMCOG will decide on a long-range transportation plan and a list of the highest-priority projects to be funded over the next five years for Southeast Michigan. The plan and projects will demonstrate how the transportation system improves the region by supporting continued economic recovery, environmental health, community revitalization, and quality of life. The public engagement process is underway.
Learn more about the 2040 Regional Transportation Plan
Please comment on SEMCOG's 2040 Regional Transportation Plan
You are also welcome to comment at any time on issues that involve SEMCOG. There are four ways to comment:
- By mail: 1001 Woodward Avenue, Suite 1400, Detroit, MI 48226-1904,
Attention: Public Comment
- By phone: (313) 961-4266 or (800) 961-3334
- By e-mail:email@example.com.
- By fax: (313) 961-4869