The I-494 Corridor Commission is a joint powers organization established in 1986 to address concerns about increasing traffic congestion along the I-494 Corridor. The commission works to encourage economic growth and regional prosperity through improved transportation options.
The board of the I-494 Corridor Commission includes representatives from each of our five member cities, the Minnesota Department of Transportation, the Metropolitan Council, and the private business community. By having such wide representation, the Corridor Commission is able to make decisions on regional transportation goals and policies.
- Review the I-494 Corridor Commission's 2017 Legislative Priorities
- Review William Schroeer's PowerPoint from the January 24th board meeting.
- Board meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month at 7:30 am at SouthWest Transit Station in Eden Prairie.
- The next Board meeting is Wednesday, April 12. -Agenda-
|Brad Aho, Chair||City Councilmember||Eden Prairie||612.759.7596|
|Jack Baloga||City Councilmember||Bloomington||952.944.5194|
|Dick Allendorf||City Councilmember At Large||Minnetonka||952.820.1656|
|Jack Broz||Transportation Engineer||Richfield||612.861.9792|
|Mary Brindle||City Councilmember||Edina||952.941.7746|
|David Lindahl||Economic Dev. Manager||Eden Prairie||952.949.8484|
|Glen Markegard||Planning Manager||Bloomington||952.563.8923|
|Julie Wischnack||Community Dev. Director||Minnetonka||952.939.8200|
|Pat Elliot||City Councilmember||Richfield||612.869.3324|
|Kris Aaker||Assitant Planner||Edina||952.826.0461|