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CMAP overview

The Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP) was created to help the northeastern Illinois region address land use and transportation challenges. We serve 284 municipalities from Cook, DuPage, Kane, Kendall, Lake, McHenry, and Will counties.

On this page, you can find everything you need to know about CMAP and our vision for the region. You can learn more about our governing structure, the ON TO 2050 long-range plan, annual budget, and other resources relevant to our board and committees. You also can explore our recent projects, including reports on fees, fines, and fares, and local development incentives.

Regional board member map
Organizational chart
ON TO 2050
Board member bios
Executive team bios
History of CMAP

Operations

Learn more about how we structure our committees, as well as our procedures for public hearings and board meetings.

Bylaws
Committee structure
How board/committee appointments work
Responsibilities

Finances

Explore our annual budget and workplan, which describes the agency's activities for the fiscal year. Learn more about the role of the Unified Work Program (UWP) and CMAP's financial partners.

CMAP FY22 revenue

FY22 workplan and budget
Unified Work Program (UWP)
Grants and funders

Transportation

Transportation is essential to CMAP's operations. Find out more on how we program federal transportation dollars for northeastern Illinois.

Transportation funding
Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)

Public information

CMAP is committed to transparency. Explore the rules and regulations we follow to ensure public access to information.

FOIA
Open meetings act

Policy priorities

Learn how we engage federal and state policymakers about key agency priorities and policy issues.

Federal and state agendas
Legislative framework

Other resources

The CMAP office is located within the Old Post Office building, 433 W. Van Buren St., Suite 450, Chicago, IL 60607. 

CMAP still is conducting public meetings virtually. All guests who need to visit our office must add their name to a guest list at the Old Post Office and pick up a temporary visitor badge on the day of their visit. The links below include additional information about ways to stay connected to the latest news involving CMAP.

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CMAP overview

The Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP) was created to help the northeastern Illinois region address land use and transportation challenges. We serve 284 municipalities from Cook, DuPage, Kane, Kendall, Lake, McHenry, and Will counties.

On this page, you can find everything you need to know about CMAP and our vision for the region. You can learn more about our governing structure, the ON TO 2050 long-range plan, annual budget, and other resources relevant to our board and committees. You also can explore our recent projects, including reports on fees, fines, and fares, and local development incentives.

Regional board member map
Organizational chart
ON TO 2050
Board member bios
Executive team bios
History of CMAP

Operations

Learn more about how we structure our committees, as well as our procedures for public hearings and board meetings.

Bylaws
Committee structure
How board/committee appointments work
Responsibilities

Finances

Explore our annual budget and workplan, which describes the agency's activities for the fiscal year. Learn more about the role of the Unified Work Program (UWP) and CMAP's financial partners.

CMAP FY22 revenue

FY22 workplan and budget
Unified Work Program (UWP)
Grants and funders

Transportation

Transportation is essential to CMAP's operations. Find out more on how we program federal transportation dollars for northeastern Illinois.

Transportation funding
Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)

Public information

CMAP is committed to transparency. Explore the rules and regulations we follow to ensure public access to information.

FOIA
Open meetings act

Policy priorities

Learn how we engage federal and state policymakers about key agency priorities and policy issues.

Federal and state agendas
Legislative framework

Other resources

The CMAP office is located within the Old Post Office building, 433 W. Van Buren St., Suite 450, Chicago, IL 60607. 

CMAP still is conducting public meetings virtually. All guests who need to visit our office must add their name to a guest list at the Old Post Office and pick up a temporary visitor badge on the day of their visit. The links below include additional information about ways to stay connected to the latest news involving CMAP.

Glossary of acronyms
Follow us on social media: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and LinkedIn
Read the Weekly Update

 

 

 

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