In preparation for adoption of Southern California’s next Regional Transportation Plan and Sustainable Communities Strategy (RTP/SCS) in spring 2020, SCAG will be engaging with local jurisdictions, subregions, and other stakeholders to inform development of the upcoming Plan. SCAG’s Bottom-Up Local Input and Envisioning Process is being conducted to solicit feedback from local jurisdictions on base land use, anticipated population/household/employment growth, resource areas, sustainability practices, and local transit-supportive measures to help decision makers understand how the region will perform under current circumstances in future years.
This information will then be used to develop potential scenarios for the 2020 RTP/SCS, through a structured and collaborative engagement with local jurisdictions, county transportation commissions, a broad range of stakeholder groups, and the general public. Input from jurisdictions on locally anticipated household and population growth will also be used by SCAG as part of the regional housing need determination process with the California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD).
For ease of review, core data items have been mapped in draft format and assembled in an individual map book for each local jurisdiction (available below). County-level maps showing the first draft of anticipated growth are also accessible for review.
Draft Data/Map Books
To request draft high-quality maps and shapefiles of SCAG’s Data/Map Book or related materials, please contact RTPLocalInput@scag.ca.gov.
Please note that SCAG’s draft data is undergoing refinement based on feedback from local jurisdictions, and material included here is subject to revision; inquiries for official data should be directed to each respective local jurisdiction.