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May 29, 2015  

CMAP Weekly Update, 5-29-15

Get all the latest agency news in our weekly email, sent each Friday to partners and stakeholders. Read More About CMAP Weekly Update, 5-29-15
May 22, 2015  

CMAP Weekly Update, 5-22-15

Get all the latest agency news in our weekly email, sent each Friday to partners and stakeholders. Read More About CMAP Weekly Update, 5-22-15
May 22, 2015  

Recent Reports Explore State Revenue Reform Options and Challenges

The scheduled spring session of the 99 th Illinois General Assembly is coming to a close.  However, the state's Fiscal Year 2016 budget has not yet been passed due to significant... Read More About Recent Reports Explore State Revenue Reform Options and Challenges
May 21, 2015  

Population change and geographic mobility in the CMAP region

A Policy Update assesses trends in U.S. Census data on migration and population change in our region and discusses their implications. Read More About Population change and geographic mobility in the CMAP region
May 11, 2015  

Replacing the state motor fuel tax

There is growing consensus that continued reliance on the motor fuel tax (MFT) is not an appropriate long-term solution for transportation funding.  Despite being one of the primary... Read More About Replacing the state motor fuel tax
May 1, 2015  

Intermodalism -- Metropolitan Chicago's Built-In Economic Advantage

CMAP's regional economic indicators microsite features key measures of metropolitan Chicago's economy and, where applicable, compares these measures to peer metropolitan areas.  The... Read More About Intermodalism -- Metropolitan Chicago's Built-In Economic Advantage
March 31, 2015  

State of Illinois FY15 Budget Modifications Approved

A Policy Update describes legislation intended to close gaps in the state budget for Fiscal Year 2015 by sweeping $1.3 billion from various special funds and applying a 2.25 percent reduction in... Read More About State of Illinois FY15 Budget Modifications Approved
March 4, 2015  

Searching for Evidence of a Skills Gap in Manufacturing

New Policy Update looks at quantitative labor market data to determine the extent of the manufacturing skills gap in metropolitan Chicago. Read More About Searching for Evidence of a Skills Gap in Manufacturing
February 27, 2015  

Governor Releases FY16 Budget Proposal

This Policy Update analyzes Governor Rauner's budget FY16 proposal in light of CMAP and GO TO 2040 priorities. Read More About Governor Releases FY16 Budget Proposal
February 20, 2015  

CREATE Program Status Check

New Policy Update provides background information on the CREATE program, including its project portfolio, implementation status, and performance impacts. Read More About CREATE Program Status Check
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  • Partner Spotlight

    IEPA safeguards the state's natural resources from pollution and provides a healthy environment for its citizens.
     

    Partner Spotlight

    The WCGL is a not-for-profit intergovernmental organization of 30 municipalities and Will County, representing over 675,000 residents.
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    Instituto del Progreso Latino contributes to the development of Latino immigrants and their families through education, training, and employment.

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    CUPPA is committeed to providing innovative urban planning and public management education that puts engaged research to purposeful use.
     
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    Prairie State College is a two-year community college offering associate degrees, technical and career certificates, and adult, corporate, and continuing education.

    Partner Spotlight

    NHS is a nonprofit neighborhood revitalization organization committeed to helping homeowners and neighborhoods throughout Chicago, South Suburban Cook County, and Elgin.
     
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    CDOT keeps the city's surface transportation networks and public way safe for users, environmentally sustainable, and in a state of good repairs.

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    The Lan-Oak Park District strives to enhance the quality of life for all Lansing residents by providing clean, safe parks, and well-developed recreational facilities. https://www.lanoakparkdistrict.org/

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