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MPC's Regionalist newsletter keeps you in the loop twice a month on our work and regional planning issues. You can also receive notifications about upcoming MPC events and project-related updates.

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Archive

Past Regionalist (formerly Re-Connection) issues »
Updates about our latest activities with links to additional information on our web site.

Past Talking Transit issues »
Transit-related activities around the world. (Now part of Regionalist.)

Past What Our Water's Worth issues »
A campaign to raise awareness about the value of water in our region. (Now part of Regionalist.)

Past EAH Advantage issues »
E-newsletter about Employer-Assisted Housing. (Now part of Regionalist)

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Chicago, Ill. 60603
312 922 5616 info@metroplanning.org

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