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Regional Transportation & Land Use IREM / BOMA Real Estate Forecast Breakfast 2009. Rich Macias, Director Regional & Comprehensive Planning Southern California Association of Governments January 29, 2009. Largest Metropolitan Planning Organization in US 6 counties

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Regional Transportation & Land Use

IREM / BOMAReal Estate Forecast Breakfast 2009

Rich Macias, DirectorRegional & Comprehensive PlanningSouthern California Association of GovernmentsJanuary 29, 2009


Largest Metropolitan Planning Organization in US

6 counties

188 cities18.5 million people8 million jobs


Demographic Trends

SCAG region is expected to add 5.5 million persons between 2008 and 2035:

  • Growth concentrated in 15-34 and 55+ age groups leading to a greater “dependent population”

  • Immigrants and their children will replace aging baby boomers in workforce

    Both trends will transform the region’s housing and labor markets and require policy and industry responses.


Southern California’sEconomy & Quality of Life -Challenged by:

Air Quality &Public Health

Traffic &Infrastructure

Housing Affordability


New Challenge: Climate Change

A.B. 32 & S.B. 375: New mandates fortransportation & land use planning

Future growth will need to utilize transportation system more efficiently to: - Reduce Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT) - Reduce G.H.G. Emissions


Regional Planning Response

  • Targeted infrastructure investments

  • Innovative financing methods

  • Coordinated land use planning


Infrastructure investments 2008 regional transportation plan
Infrastructure Investments2008 Regional Transportation Plan

$531.5 billion

  • Highways – close gaps & add lanes

  • Transit & Rail – move people efficiently

  • Goods Movement – move freight faster & cleaner

(nominal dollars)


2. Innovative Financing

New$120.1B(23%)

Federal$41.6B(8%)

Local$286.5B(54%)

State$83.4B(16%)

$531.5 Billion (Nominal)FY2007 – FY2036

(Note: Numbers may not add due to rounding)


Major New Revenue Sources

$120.1 billion(23%)


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