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Infrastructure

Vision

Together, our region’s investments will develop efficient infrastructure that supports economic development, provides more transportation choices, and reduces energy consumption.

This committee is working to promote efficient utility and transportation expansions; expand public transportation services, improved roads, and renewable energy technology; and establish regional partnerships amongst utility providers for greater coordination.

Committee Information

The Heartland 2050 Action Plan outlines the short-, mid- and long-range goals and strategies of the Infrastructure Committee.

The Infrastructure Committee is chaired by:

Kyle Anderson

Committee Meetings

Infrastructure Committee meetings are held on the first Wednesday of every other month (Feb, Apr, Jun, Aug, Oct, Dec) from 3-4:30 p.m.

NOTE: At this time, all Heartland 2050 Committee Meetings are scheduled to be held virtually.

Meetings are open to the public and you are invited to join us!

Please fill out our contact form to join the committee and receive the calendar invite with virtual meeting link.

Working Groups

Working groups are subcommittees formed around a specific topic area or effort. Working groups are led by a ‘champion,’ are overseen by the Committee they fall under, and generally manage their own meetings and work.

Infrastructure Committee working groups are:

  • Autonomous Vehicles
  • Funding Plan
  • Long Range Utility Plan
  • Multi-Modal Network
  • Nodes and Corridors
  • Regional Transportation Collaboration

Visit the individual working group pages to learn more!