Our Annual Member Meeting brought together leaders from across the county for an agenda focused on improving the quality of life in Lake County through a multi-modal transportation network that provides mobility and economic opportunity for all. Click here to watch a video overview of the event.
We’d like to thank the many sponsors who made our Annual Member Meeting possible. We appreciate the support of top tier sponsors AbbVie, Great Lakes Construction Association and Horizon Pharma. Thanks also to “Economic Opportunity” Sponsors Campanella & Sons, Hallbart Consulting LLC, TranSystems and Lake County Partners.
We’ve put together a moving agenda for our Annual Member Meeting on Friday, November 16th! Due to demand, we are offering sponsorship opportunities for the first time. Click here to learn how you can showcase your company & support our core values in front of Lake County’s premier transportation-focused audience.
Transportation issues are picking up speed. Please jump on board by responding to our membership survey! We want to hear from you so that we can better understand your transportation priorities. Please help us by responding to our brief member survey here.
LCTA Board learns about the Waukegan Port District and Waukegan National Airport
LCTA Board Member and General Manager at the Waukegan National Airport Skip Goss shared a presentation on the Waukegan Port District and Waukegan National Airport at our most recent LCTA Board meeting. You can access the presentation here.
2017 Was a Busy Year for LCTA!
The LCTA Board refined its purpose and vision and took action to advance many transportation initiatives that will sustain and enhance Lake County's high quality of life. Click here to see where we've been and where we are going.
Revisit the 2017 Annual Meeting Presentations
Click here to see the presentations delivered at our 2017 Annual Meeting by expert panelists Joe Iacobucci, Ron Henderson and Elizabeth Irvin.
The Daily Herald Covers Our Annual Member Meeting
We held our annual meeting on October 18th to give our members insight into changing transportation trends. The Daily Herald covered the event, noting our mind shift to a broader, multi-modal approach.
Draft Waukegan Port District Master Plan Now Online
If you missed the recent public meeting, you now have an opportunity to review the draft Waukegan Port District Master Plan online & learn about goals for the waterfront here.