West Central Indiana
Economic Development District

  • General: (812) 238-1561
  • (800) 489-1561
  • Aging & Disability Resource Center: (812) 917-3145
  • Transportation Services: (812) 232-2675
  • Fax: (812) 238-1564
  • Transportation Needs Survey

    Multimodal Transportation LogoWe recently launched an on-line survey to help gather from stakeholders and the public about the transportation system. Input and information gathered from the survey will help us develop the area’s next Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP).

    The MTP outlines the long-range vision for continued development of the transportation network in this area and identifies a prioritized list of projects to be targeted for advancement over the next 20 years. The network includes roads, streets and highways; transit (buses); and transportation alternatives such as sidewalks, bicycle and pedestrian pathways.

    The survey will be open through May 4, 2018. Printed copies of the survey are also available at WCIEDD’s office located at 1718 Wabash Ave in Terre Haute, the Brazil Public Library, and at both branches of the Vigo County Public Library.

    Transportation Survey Link


    WCIEDD is responsible for developing, managing and implementing many federal, state and local programs throughout West Central Indiana.

    Through our board and various committees we also provide a forum for identifying and addressing regional issues. Staff provide technical assistance and planning services to local government officials and agencies too.

    Upcoming Events & News

    • 04/24/18, 10:00 AM - Transportation Technical Committee, 1718 Wabash Ave, Terre Haute, IN 47807
    • 05/15/18, 2:00 PM - Transportation Policy Committee, 1718 Wabash Ave, Terre Haute, IN 47807
    • 05/21/18, 7:00 PM - WCIEDD Board of Directors, 489 2nd Ave, Terre  Haute, IN
    Funding Announcements and Opportunities

    The following information from Federal agencies has been compiled by the U.S. Economic Development Administration and distributed to Economic Development Districts. This information is provided to increase awareness of complementary funding resources available for community and economic development.

    Questions regarding these announcements and opportunities should be direct to Jim Coffenberry at (812) 238-1318.