|model||Collaborative Organizational Development|
|service type||Transportation, Public Services, Environmental|
The Michiana Area Council of Governments is a voluntary organization of local governments that studies and attempts to resolve, for the benefit of each member and the region, areas of interlocal issues, which includes but is not limited to transportation, transit, economic development, environment, and other issues that impact the region.
MACOG contributes to the advancement of the Region’s economic vitality, enhanced quality of life, strong sense of place, and expanded opportunities that attract and retain talented individuals and organizations to the Michiana Region.
It has a policy board of 21 people in the Michiana region, and it is funded by the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA).