Midwest Interstate Passenger Rail Commission
Board and Commission Details
Senior Policy Analyst, Midwestern Office, Council of State Governments
The Midwest Interstate Passenger Rail Commission (MIPRC) brings together state leaders from across the region to advocate for passenger rail improvements. Formed by compact agreement in 2000, the MIPRC's current members are Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio and Wisconsin.
Gubernatorial terms are for the term of the governor (or until a successor is named); legislative appointments are for two years (or until a successor is named)
Must be resident of the state (and meet the other qualifications in Composition section).
Commissioners are reimbursed by the MIPRC for any MIPRC-related travel.
4 appointments from each state: \ The governor appoints two commissioners; (the governor or his/her designee and the governor’s private sector appointment); Legislative appointing authorities appoint one legislator from each chamber; The legislative appointments can also have alternates (optional).
Director, Office of Intermodal Project Implementation, Beth McCluskey
45 ILCS 78/15
|Name||Member Expiration||Member Since||Affiliation||Appointed By||Position||Title||County|
|McCluskey, Beth||Governor||Chair, Governor's designee||Director, Office of Intermodal Project Implementation|
|Guy, Robert||08/03/2012||Governor||Member||SMART Transportation Division||Cook|
|Michael Halpin||Speaker of the House||Member||State Representative|
|VACANT||Senate President||Member||State Senator|
|Stadelman, Sen. Steve||01/08/2025||05/24/2022||Senate President||Member||State Senator|