The survey is part of Sustainable Choices 2045, the council’s long-range transportation plan. It can be found online at sustainable2045.metroquest.com and takes about 15 minutes to complete.
“We are working to keep the region moving, realizing there are many needs but limited resources,” said Mike Wenholz, senior transportation planner. “We will need to make wise choices in how we build and maintain a transportation system so that it is economically, socially and environmentally sustainable over time. (Citizens) can help shape those choices by answering the survey.”
The MIC is a federally designated planning organization for the Twin Ports and one of 50,000 nationwide working with local governments to identify transportation needs and solutions. MIC members locally includes elected officials and citizen representatives from Duluth, Superior, Proctor, Hermantown, Rice Lake and surrounding townships.