Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Comission
When Dave Shafer was appointed to the Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission in 1992, people were talking about traffic congestion on the Borman Expressway.
PORTAGE | Working together with local communities and organizations, the Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission (NIRPC) is kicking off a project to improve water quality and restore aquatic habitats in the Deep River-Portage Burns Waterway watershed. NIRPC identified the watershed…
The Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission will begin moving soon to amend its 2040 Comprehensive Regional Plan to include the new Cline Avenue Bridge, which a private investment group has pledged to build.
Two federal transportation agencies have issued a certification report on the Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission calling for improvement in 11 areas, corrective action in one, and commending the agency in four others.
NIRPC 30-day Comment Period begins Transportation Improvement Program Amendment #1 for Transit Projects
The Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission (NIRPC) has begun a 30-day comment period for Amendment #1 to the 2014-2017 Transportation Improvement Program. This amendment adds regional transit projects in Lake, Porter, and LaPorte County. Amendment #1 is available on NIRPC’s websit…
Representatives from the Indiana Department of Transportation and contractors working to study the environmental impacts of the Illiana Expressway addressed the Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission's environmental arm Thursday.
Disability rights advocates and the Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission continued to wrangle over how best to include all members of the public in future transportation plans at a meeting Wednesday.
PORTAGE | The Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission (NIRPC) has drafted a revised Public Participation Plan, updating the Public Participation Plan that was adopted in 2007. The new Plan reflects NIRPC’s continuing commitment to reach out to and engage residents in the regional p…
Federal transportation officials are urging NIRPC to make a good faith effort to address concerns raised by disability-rights groups, which could include locating its headquarters near a South Shore commuter station.
PORTAGE │ The chairman of a key NIRPC committee on Tuesday blasted any move to start over again on formulating a public participation plan three weeks after the full NIRPC board decided it wanted to hear more from a group opposing it.
Former Lake County Sheriff Roy Dominguez is calling on Portage Mayor James Snyder to apologize for calling police when half a dozen people with disabilities showed up May 23 at a Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission meeting.
Action on a public participation plan was postponed Thursday at the Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission due to concerns raised by disability rights advocates and confusion over what was to be voted on.
A Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission committee has narrowed offers for a NIRPC headquarters location to just three, including its current building at 6100 Southport Road in Portage.
The Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission will issue a request for proposals next week that could lead to it moving out of its headquarters in Portage for new digs.
The Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission is preparing a request for proposals that could lead to a move out of the Portage headquarters building it has occupied since 1993.
Steve Strains, Deputy Director for the Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission, discusses the short-term and long-term projects of the NIRPC.
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