How-to information for transit coordination in Minnesota

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Minnesota Council on Transportation Access (MCOTA)
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Regional Plans
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Provider Directories
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Government Regulations
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Interagency Committee on Transit Coordination (ICTC)

The Interagency Committee on Transit Coordination (ICTC) was established in 2005 by Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty, and existed until 2010, when the Minnesota Legislature established the Minnesota Council on Transportation Access.

The ICTC's mission was to further the coordination of health and human service programs and Minnesota's public transportation systems across the state.

To that end, the ICTC surveyed existing transportation alternatives, best practices, and coordination strategies that have worked in Minnesota and other states, from which it developed a series of recommendations for improving the level of transportation coordination.

The formation of this committee paralleled that of the Interagency Transportation Coordinating Council, which was established by a 2004 presidential executive order to address similar objectives at the federal level.


For more information, please contact Noel Shughart of Mn/DOT's Office of Transit,, phone: 651-366-4181.

Committee Members

Reports to the Governor


Read minutes of the ICTC meetings.