Research into the expansion of e-commerce and the impact it has had on development and could have on future growth in the Region landed national honors.
Northwest Indiana now has a plan to improve how residents get around the Region over the next few years.
Three Northwest Indiana trail projects are receiving a share of nearly $30 million in state funds.
Region residents interested in sharing their views on how federal transportation funds are directed in Northwest Indiana still can register their comments.
Indiana’s electric vehicle charging network is expanding.
Exponential growth in online commerce is reshaping the Region’s future transportation and warehousing needs.
The Northwest Indiana Regional Planning Commission is accepting public input through Sept. 4 on draft changes to the 2020-2024 Transportation Improvement Program.
A locally developed plan for Northwest Indiana to improve how people get around, boost economic development and protect the environment over the next two decades has received honors from a state chapter of a national planning organization.
Besides work on railways, extensive work on roadways also has been done to get people out of their cars and relieve traffic congestion in the Region.
The Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission recently elected new officers and named new executive board members.