Bi-State Regional Commission

A Forum for Inter-governmental Coorperation and Delivery of Regional Programs

NEWS

  • Grant Updates

    Federally, local governments can check the following link for the latest federal discretionary grants: USDOT Key Notices of Funding Opportunity.  Federal grants require registration in Grants.gov, and EUI-Entity Identifier, a 12-character unique number assigned to all entities who must register to do business with the federal government in SAM-System for Award Management.  If you are considering a federal grant, it will be important to have an EUI and be registered in SAM.

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  • MPO Federal Certification Review Public Open House

    MPO Federal Certification Review Public Open House June 11, 2024 11:00 a.m. at Bi-State Regional Commission, 1504 Third Avenue, Rock Island, IL, Room 320. Comments on the transportation planning process will be accepted by the Federal Highway Administration and Federal Transit Administration representatives. The public notice also contains a link to a survey to provide feedback and comments in addition to the open house.

    pdf Quad Cities CR Public Notice Media Release (88 KB)

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  • Quad Cities MPO News

    The MPO Transportation Policy Committee meeting is set for noon Tuesday, June 25, 2024 at the Rock Island County Office Building, 1504 Third Avenue, Rock Island, Illinois.  

    Meeting agendas, minutes, and full packets can also be accessed here.

    As a courtesy, please contact Gena McCullough (309)793-6300 Ext.1146 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to indicate your attendance prior to the meeting.

     

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Welcome to qctransit.com, the only web address you need to remember for Quad Cities Area public transportation!
In the urbanized area, Bettendorf Transit, Davenport CitiBus, and Rock Island County’s Metro work together to provide dependable, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly fixed-route public transportation.  In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines, each of these systems also offer service options for individuals with disabilities. In the Iowa Quad Cities, these paratransit services are provided through city contracts with River Bend Transit. Outside of the urbanized area, individuals can access public transportation via Henry County Public Transportation, MuscaBus (City of Muscatine), RIM Rural Transit (Mercer and Rock Island Counties), or River Bend Transit (Cedar, Clinton, Muscatine, & Scott Counties).

What Route do I choose?
For detailed information, you can browse through the individual transit system websites, request a system Rider’s Guide, and/or call the appropriate transit system for assistance in planning your trip. The customer service number for all three fixed-route public transit systems is (309)788-3360.

Call (309) 793-6300 to contact the HSTP Coordinator regarding questions about mobility issues.

Mission Statement

A local, voluntary organization of five counties and 47 municipalities. We serve as a forum for intergovernmental cooperation and delivery of regional programs and to assist member local governments in planning and project development.