The purpose, or mission, of the Midwest Transportation Knowledge Network (MTKN) is to provide support, guidance, and leadership in the development, curation, and dissemination of information and data necessary for the furtherance of research in the field of transportation. MTKN works in a complementary and symbiotic manner with the National Transportation Library, the Eastern and Western Transportation Knowledge Networks, and other like-minded groups to achieve the overall goal of a unified and strengthened transportation-information infrastructure.
A precursor to bigger and better things, the MTKN was the first group created as part of a larger effort to form a national transportation knowledge network.
MTKN has been successful in coordinating community efforts and implementing a wide variety of projects to improve access to transportation information.
The MTKN boasts a broad membership from multiple backgrounds. Currently, seventeen members across nine states utilize the MTKN as their regional source for transportation information.
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The Midwest Transportation Knowledge Network (MTKN) is part of a local, regional and national movement to coordinate, manage and distribute transportation knowledge. We boast a broad membership from multiple backgrounds with the goal of increasing collaboration among information professionals and their respective knowledge and information centers from AASHTO Region 3. Membership includes information and knowledge professionals from state DOTs, academic institutions, transit agencies, MPOs and private industry. Connect with us today!