Summary of Services Provided:
Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP)
The Genesee County 2035 Long Range Transportation Plan identifies our transportation deficiencies, summarizes our transportation network, and offers a vision of projected transportation needs over the next 25 years. This plan is the result of public participation and professional dedication from numerous transportation agencies, operators, planners, and local stakeholders. It incorporates information about population, employment, and housing, and how these factors relate to the transportation planning process. GO!
Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)
The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), prepared by Genesee County Metropolitan Planning Commission is a four-year schedule and budget of proposed transportation improvements within Genesee County. The TIP is typically updated as needed through a multi-step process in association with the Transportation System Management (TSM), Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) and final approval by the Metropolitan Alliance. The TIP addresses transportation projects and programs to include: federal, state and local highways, transit, ride sharing, bike paths, and pedestrian facilities.
Unified Work Program (UWP)
The Unified Work Program (UWP) outlines on an annual basis the work that staff will be undertaking and approximately how much time will be spent in each category.
Local road agencies collect traffic counts on Genesee County roads during the spring, summer and fall months. The counts are uploaded to the Genesee County traffic count website on a daily basis and maps are made of the counts collected every two years. The traffic count section of this website has links an interactive traffic count map that is updated daily and also to historic traffic count maps.
Rideshare is a free, computerized carpool and vanpool matching service developed to help people who commute into or within Genesee and Lapeer Counties, to form carpools and vanpools. Call Toll Free 1-877-936-POOL or (810) 233-RIDE for further details or visit the Rideshare portion of our website.
Transportation safety is integrated into all aspect of transportation planning in Genesee County. The Safety portion of this website provides information on recent safety reports conducted by our staff and partner agencies and provides links to Michigan State Police safety data that is available to the public. Please click here to view the transportation safety portion of our website.
Pavement Condition Survey of Genesee County
Every year staff works with local road agencies to assess the condition of all federal aid eligible roads in Genesee County. The survey is paid for by the State of Michigan Asset Management Council and the survey results can be found on the PASER section of our website.
Genesee Regional Trail Council
The Genesee Regional Trail Council is an informal group of trail advocates, local units of government, county agencies, and community organizations with staff support provided by the Genesee County Metropolitan Planning Commission.
This service is intended to contribute to the development of an efficient and effective transit service in the Flint-Genesee County area. Studies of transit related issues and problems are completed under this activity and includes the development of the Genesee County Coordinated Public Transit-Human Services Transportation Plan. For more information on transit in Genesee County please view the transit section of our Long Range Transportation Plan or visit the Mass Transportation Authority (MTA) website.
Land Use and Transportation
A 2006 Land Use Study and a Scenario Planning analysis have helped to better link transportation to land use in Genesee County. These efforts have been document as part of the 2035 Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) can be viewed by clicking here.
Genesee County Transportation Model
The Genesee County Transportation Model is a computer program used to forecast travel on major roads in the county. The Modeling Development Committee (MDC) guides the model development process.
Congestion Management Process
A Congestion Management Process (CMP) is a systematic process for managing congestion that provides information on transportation system performance. A CMP monitors and evaluates performance, identifies alternative strategies, assesses and implements cost-effective actions, and evaluates the effectiveness of implemented strategies. Click here to view the CMP portion of our Long Range Transportation Plan.
Citizens' Guide to Transportation Planning
This guide provides a broad description of transportation planning and decision making processes in Genesee County, Michigan. It is our goal to provide information to you, the public, and encourage you to participate in transportation planning activities that ultimately affect each of us daily. You can make a difference!
Title VI Plan
GCMPC currently administers several major program divisions: Transportation, Community Development and Solid Waste Management. These programs are conducted in a manner so as to ensure compliance with Federal and State of Michigan Civil Rights legislation, statutes, regulations and executive orders. As a sub-recipient of Federal funds, GCMPC must make sure that its programs and activities are free of discrimination. The Title VI Plan describes how GCMPC complies with Civil Rights legislation and principles. It also contains a section on complaint procedures for the Transportation, Community Development and Solid Waste Management program divisions at GCMPC.
Flint Downtown Traffic and Parking Study
Bishop International Airport's Flint Intermodal Center presentation
Genesee County Freight and Connectivity Study Website
- Final Report Summary
- Final Report
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