A new interactive tool lets you track the region’s progress toward reaching key transportation, land use, environmental and economic policy goals.
Here you can search for projects throughout the Bay Area by county or by transportation mode (for example, highways, public transit, bicycle/pedestrian, etc.) and view them in list or map form.
Click on the map to determine if the project is in a Transit Priority Area (TPA) or Priority Development Area (PDA). Then take the survey below the map to find out if a project is eligible for streamlined review.
ABAG's report examines present conditions in the nine-county San Francisco Bay Area in the context of historic trends and expectations for the future. The report describes the recovery of the economy and identifies driving factors influencing industry expansion, employment opportunities, and income consequences throughout the region.
The Bay Area Travel Map is an interactive tool that allows you to determine the relationship between travel time based on different modes of travel and Bay Area housing prices.
The Bay Area Regional Prosperity Plan is a three-year initiative funded by a $5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC). As part of HUD’s Sustainable Communities Partnership Program, it aims to create stronger, more sustainable communities by integrating housing and jobs planning, fostering local innovation and building a clean energy economy.