Regional Transportation Coordinating Councils (RTCCs)
The Minnesota Departments of Transportation and Human Services, in collaboration with other state agencies, are working with the Metropolitan Council and other local governments and organizations to create Regional Transportation Coordinating Councils as appropriate throughout Minnesota. Coordination between transportation providers and service agencies is a strategy that can help fill transportation gaps by providing more rides using the same or fewer resources, making transportation easier to use and giving customers more options of where and when to travel.
The agencies will provide support for creating a statewide framework of 8-10 Regional Transportation Coordinating Councils throughout Minnesota. The RTCCs will be responsible for coordinating transportation services through a network of existing public, private and non-profit transportation providers.
Greater Minnesota RTCC Organizational Planning Grant Application
Phase 1: 2018 Application for RTCC Organizational Planning Grant opens September 28, 2017
The application for RTCC Organizational Planning Grants is now available on the MnDOT Office of Transit website.
Eligible grant applicants include cities, counties, legislatively established transit commissions and authorities, regional development commissions and potential vendors.
A grant application workshop will be held November 9, 2017 from 10 a.m. to noon at the MnDOT St. Cloud office, 3725 12th Street North, St. Cloud, MN. If you have any questions regarding the RTCC Application, please contact Sue Siemers at 320-223-6556 or email@example.com.
RTCC Stakeholder Workshops
In 2015, participants throughout the state shared their perspectives on features to include a potential coordination council in their regions.
RTCC Pilot Programs
Dakota County is one of the early pilots of transportation coordinating councils in Minnesota.
For more information about RTCCs in Minnesota, please contact:
Minnesota Department of Transportation Office of Transit