St. Clair County Transportation Study



  • Metropolitan Planning Commission
    The St. Clair County Metropolitan Planning Commission (MPC) serves as SCCOTS Policy Committee, administers the SCCOTS program and decrees transportation planning policy. The St. Clair County Board of Commissioners appoints the eleven-member commission, comprised of eight commissioners appointed by representation categories (i.e. finance, local government, recreation/tourism, etc.), two commissioners appointed at-large, and one St. Clair County Commissioner.

  • St. Clair County Transportation Study Advisory Committee
    The function of the SCCOTS Advisory Committee (SAC), in addition to taking official action as Federal Aid Committee (FAC) for St. Clair County, is to make recommendations to the MPC on each transportation issue that comes before it. SAC membership is open to all St. Clair County local units of government (e.g., cities, villages and townships), the County Board of Commissioners, the MPC, other transportation-oriented agencies such as the Blue Water Area Transportation Commission (BWATC), the St. Clair County Road Commission (SCCRC), the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT), and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), as well as interested civic groups. SCCOTS encourages members of the general public to participate in the meetings and activities of the SAC.
    LINK TO PACKET (monthly meeting)

  • St Clair County Transportation Study Technical Subcommittee
    The SCCOTS Technical Subcommittee (STS) is responsible for analyzing technical issues at the request of the SAC. One of the Technical Subcommittee’s principal activities is the development of priority lists for the inclusion of projects in SCCOTS and SEMCOG’s Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). The membership of the STS is comprised of SCCOTS Advisory Committee members that represent Act 51 agencies (villages, cities, SCCRC, BWATC, MDOT and SEMCOG). All decisions made by the Technical Subcommittee are forwarded to the Advisory Committee for action.