A regional vision for Michigan Ave/Grand River Ave

The Capitol Corridor project is hosted by the Tri-County Regional Planning Commission through the Mid-Michigan Program for Greater Sustainability (MMPGS), a sustainable communities program funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Michigan State Housing Development Authority, and other local partners. This project offered the opportunity for in-depth public engagement on the future design of the Michigan Avenue/Grand River Avenue Corridor to develop a vision, and the final report is now available! Download the PDF or purchase a printed copy of the report at Blurb Books or visit for more information.

Who We Are

The Tri-County Regional Planning Commission (TCRPC) is a multi-purpose regional entity recognized by the State of Michigan. The TCRPC supports the region of mid-Michigan by planning for and coordinating intergovernmental solutions to growth-related problems, providing technical assistance to local governments and meeting the needs of communities across the region. 

Our Services

Opportunities & Events

TCRPC is hiring a Planning Programs Assistant! Click here for more information.

Assist with the Long Range Transportation Plan Update - We need your comments by April 26th

Michigan Green Infrastructure Conference--May 8-9, 2014 Lansing

Safe Routes 2 School Free Training! August 27 at the TCRPC Office

• NEW! The Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is now accepting applications for public outdoor recreation grants administered by DNR through a portal called "MiRecGrants." Applications for Michigan Natural Resource Trust Fund, Land & Water Conservation Fund, and the Recreation Passport Local Grant Program should be completed and submitted through the portal. Please visit for more information.

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Fall, 2013: Volume 2, Issue 4

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