Databases & Tools

Interactive Map - 2045 Population & Employment Data

Tri-County staff has completed analysis and disaggregation of future 2045 population, household, and employment data throughout the 1,139 Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZ) within the region. This future socioeconomic (SE) dataset is a byproduct of the report, "The Economic and Demographic Outlook for Michigan Through 2045," prepared for the Michigan Department of Transportation, generally every four years, by the University of Michigan's Institute for Research on Labor, Employment and the Economy.

Interactive Construction Map Tool

We have recently launched an interactive road construction map of the region so you can stay up-to-date on current construction projects! Don't get caught off guard driving - click here to see the type of work being done, the street location, and start and end dates of projects near you.

Traffic Count Database System

TCRPC's innovative Traffic Count Database System (TCDS) is a regional depository and an interactive map tool for current and historical traffic count data. Under "TOOLS" are GIS layers depicting TIP Projects (2009-2013) as well as 2035 modeled traffic trend deficiencies for AM and PM rush hours. For more information or navigational assistance, please contact Transportation Planner Paul Dionne.

 

Data

Summary Profile of Region

Tri-County Population, Number of Households, & Employment Census 2010:
This data table shows the total population, number of households, and retail and non-retail employees by county and minor civil division geography levels.Source: 2010 Census Decennial

Tri-County Commuting to Work:
This data table tells us how the 215,412 workers that are 16 years of age or older throughout the Tri-County Region are commuting to work. For example, we find that 80.47% are single drivers while only 8.67% carpool. Source: American Community Survey 2011 5-year County Profile (ACS).

Tri-County Demographics, American Community Survey 2014:
This data table provides an overall demographic snapshot of the Tri-County Region in terms of population, income, education and housing.
Source: American Community Survey 2014 (ACS).

Limited English Proficiency 2011 American Community Survey Data:
This dataset was put together and analyzed in accordance with TCRPC's Limited English Proficiency Plan (LEP) and Public Participation Plan (PPP), and is also used as a reference in a number of other TCRPC plans and documents.
Source: American Community Survey 2011 5-year County Profile

Regional Dashboard of Economic Prosperity:
MICapitalRegion.com is our region's resource to gauge economic prosperity. It is a tool designed to empower regional stakeholders to develop collaborative strategies.
 

 

Maps

The maps linked below illustrate a small sample size of maps created by staff throughout the TCRPC planning departments of Transportation, Economic, Environmental and Land Use. Come back to the "Featured" section periodically to see a rotation of maps recently created and/or maps that are relevant to planning efforts currently taking place at TCRPC.

Featured

Contour_Elevation Lines in Northern Clinton County Tri-County 2010 Population by Census Blocks
Tri-County Regional Weekly Road Construction Report Tri-County Elderly Disabled Population by 2010 Census Tracts

Economic Development

Est Persons with a sensory disability and +65pop Low-Income Households by Census Block Groups and Zip Codes
Tri-County Regional 2017-2020 Transportation Projects and Total Population Within half Mile of a Transit Bus Stop Tri-County Regional Sidewalk Inventory

Land Use & Environment

City of Masons Act 425 Agreement History Farmland Preservation Inventory in Ingham County
Prime Soils Analysis in Ingham County Tri-County Regional Growth Policy Plan Map

Transportation

Tri-County PM Rush Hour Traffic Volume Link Deficiencies 2035 Wise Growth Model Tri-County Regional Traffic Count Station Location Request 2016 Draft
Tri-County AM Rush Hour Traffic Volume Link Deficiencies 2035 Wise Growth Model Tri-County Park & Ride Locations and Total Population Within Half Mile of a Bus Stop

2015 Aerial Flyover Photography

In 2015, TCRPC served as a facilitator between our regional partners and the state during this multi-month pro-ject. The Flyover was part of a state-wide effort managed by the Michigan Dept. of Budget and Management, funded by local and county agencies and public utilities. In mid-April 2015, aerial data was collected in Eaton, Clinton and Ingham Counties by airplane. Early spring "leaf-off" conditions allowed for a greater level of the ground level detail without the interference of leaves on trees. The aerial flyover provides mid-Michigan with 3" resolution photographs of our landscape in our urbanized areas and 6-inch resolution in suburban and rural areas. If you have questions, please contact Senior Transportation Planner Laura Tschirhart at LTschirhart@mitcrpc.org or call (517) 393-0342 x21. If you are interested in obtaining images from the regional flyovers, please contact the appropriate municipality.