Workforce Intelligence Network (WIN)


The Workforce Intelligence Network for Southeast Michigan (WIN) is a collaborative effort between ten community colleges and six Michigan Works! Agencies, in partnership with numerous other organizations, to create a comprehensive and cohesive workforce development system in Southeast Michigan that provides employers with the talent they need for success.

2017 Report

The ATLAS Center partnered with the Workforce Intelligence Network (WIN) to produce a skills gap analysis to highlight areas of focus for Michigan’s future in intelligent transportation systems. Click on the below report and media link to find out more.

PRESS RELEASE: March 1, 2017

2016 Report

The ATLAS Center partnered with the Workforce Intelligence Network (WIN) to produce an analysis and profile of Michigan’s transportation safety workforce.  A full report, one page handout, and Executive Summary) were created detailing occupations related to transportation safety sub-categorized by occupational family (e.g. transportation infrastructure, construction, transportation manufacturing, transportation testing). Click on the below reports and media relations to find out more:

Report Front Page Image          ATLAS-OnePageReport - Page 1 Image     ATLAS_PartnerReport-ExecutiveSummary Image

PRESS RELEASE: April 20, 2016

Crain’s Content Studio Press Interview – Lisa Molnar, Associate Director of U-M ATLAS Center, was interviewed for Crain’s Detroit for the article Jobs Report: Hiring Managers Scramble for Traffic Engineers.

D Business Press Clip

WIN Links

Crain’s/WIN Partnership News Page

WIN HomePage

WIN/ATLAS Report Webpage

WIN Facebook Link


The ATLAS Center is a collaboration between the University of Michigan (U-M) Transportation Research Institute (UMTRI) and Texas A&M Transportation Institute