Bi-State Regional Commission

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


  • Latest Commission In Review

    Bi-State Regional Commission meets monthly on the third Wednesday of the month.  Read more for highlights from recent meetings.

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  • Grant Updates

    Coming in early 2024 Illinois Statewide Planning and Research Program funds administered through the Illinois Department of Transportation.  These are transportation funds for non-engineering transportation studies and for transportation data needs.

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  • Quad Cities MPO News

    The MPO Transportation Technical Committee meeting is set for 10:00 a.m. Tuesday, May 14, 2024 at the Bi-State Regional Commission office, 1504 Third Avenue, Rock Island, Illinois. 

    The meeting will include The meeting will include a presentation on state Transportation Alternatives Program funds and a discussion on the Carbon Reduction Program.  Meeting agendas and minutes can be accessed here.

    As a courtesy, please contact Bryan Schmid (309)793-6300 Ext.1123 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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  1. Contact us with a description of the map/document you wish to receive or call 1.309.793.6300
  2. Send check or money order to: (payment required prior to shipping)
    Attn.: Map/Document Orders
    P.O. Box 3368
    Rock Island, IL 61204-3368

    Please include the following information:
    Your full name, address, phone number & map(s) you are ordering.
  3. Please add shipping and handling charges:
    Orders totaling $  0.00 - $14.00 = add $ 2.00
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    Orders totaling $30.00 - $44.00 = add $ 5.00

    Add $10.00 to have map shipped in a tube.

    2009 Quad Cities Metropolitan Area Street Map (Wall Size)
    Average Daily Traffic Count Map (Wall Size)

Note: All maps and documents are available for purchase at the Bi-State Regional Commission offices.

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.