As part of the implementation ON TO 2050, the Chicago region’s new comprehensive plan, the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP) Board voted on Wednesday, April 10, to approve a new slate of local planning projects to help communities prosper.
Supported by CMAP's Local Technical Assistance (LTA) program, which has undertaken more than 200 projects since 2012 -- the 29 new projects will help local governments, nonprofits, and intergovernmental collaborators address issues at the intersections of transportation, land use, and quality of life. “These new projects will help communities plan for a more resilient, inclusive, and thriving future,” said CMAP executive director Joseph C. Szabo." Read more in a news release.