Federal Agencies
Federal Highway Administration:
Federal Transit Administration:

State Agencies and Organizations
Michigan Department of Transportation:
Office of Highway Safety Planning:
Michigan Transportation Planning Association:

Local Agencies
Road Commission of Kalamazoo County:
Van Buren County Road Commission:
Kalamazoo County:
Van Buren County:
City of Kalamazoo:
Metro Transit (Bus Schedules & Information):
Kalamazoo County Transportation Authority:
Van Buren Public Transit: 
City of Portage:
City of Parchment:
Village of Schoolcraft:
Village of Vicksburg:
Brady Township:
Comstock Township:
Cooper Township:
Kalamazoo Township:
Oshtemo Township:
Texas Township:
Southwest Michigan First Regional Chamber of Commerce:

Disability Network of Southwest Michigan:
Bicycle Friendly Kalamazoo:
Complete Streets Coalition of Kalamazoo:

Other Sites of Interest

U.S. Senator Debbie Stabbenow:
U.S. Senator Gary Peters:
U.S. Congressman Fred Upton:

Association of Metropolitan Planning Organizations (AMPO):
National Association of Regional Councils:

Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport:

Statewide Traffic Counts:

Indian Trails:

2 thoughts on “Resources

  1. Whose idea was it to put a traffic light on W. Main at the Advia drive? It was a bad move. Traffic from that building should go west on a service drive to 9th St then left to the light. Traffic backs up going west on Main from east of that light clear to the 9th St light. Today I could not get into the turn lane going South at 9th St. as the traffic was backed up too Far East.
    Also ALL of the lights are too long and that is one reason for traffic back ups. I have noticed the traffic light time at the 9th St Walmart drive had been extended and that has made things worse there also.
    I would like to speak to a real person not some robot if possible.

    • Our apologies for the belated response. West Main traffic lights are under the jurisdiction of the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT). Please contact the Kalamazoo MDOT Transportation Service Center at phone number 269-375-8900.

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