MTA Local Councils

Michigan Trucking Association works on the local level through four councils, which are located around the state. Monthly meetings are held from September through May, where speakers address a variety of safety and equipment topics.   

Each council sets its own agenda, events and annual dues to cover meeting expenses. This gives them the flexibility to address topics of interest in their geographic areas while under the leadership of MTA.

MTA membership is required for local council participation. Click here to join.

Eastern and Western Chapter Councils of Safety Management

MTA’s Eastern and Western Chapter Councils of Safety Management represent member safety personnel around the greater Grand Rapids and Detroit areas. These two councils’ primary objective is to promote safety best practices. Safety directors, safety specialists and safety-related allied members can network and learn from fellow professionals.

Detroit and Tri-City Chapter Councils of Equipment & Maintenance

Serving the greater Detroit and Flint-Saginaw-Bay City areas, MTA’s Detroit and Tri-City Chapter Councils of Equipment & Maintenance meet to discuss trucking equipment, emerging technologies and new maintenance products and services. Mechanics, technicians and equipment/maintenance-related allied members benefit from the opportunities to network with peers.

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Michigan Trucking Association is the recognized collective voice of the Michigan trucking industry. Along with this collective strength, members receive individual support — whether it’s a company with a smaller fleet, large corporate carrier or non-trucking company with commercial motor vehicles.