41 staff members and 16 Regional Council Members were directly involved in the development of SCAG’s Strategic Plan.
Southern California Association of Governments Strategic Plan A GUIDE TO THE FUTUREStrategic Plan For more than 40 years the Southern
From 1990 to 2000, the rate increase in transit trips was higher than population growth
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developing SCAG’s State of the Region Report, an annual report card to
REPRESENTATION State Assembly Members (Region /California) State Senators
to the development of the State of the Region Report, the only report which
Southern California Association of Governments Regional Council Policy Manual Adopted by the SCAG Regional Council July 12, 2007 Updated September 2009 Regional Council Policy Manual September 2009 INTRODUCTION At the direction of the Regional Council
As the nation’s largest MPO, SCAG continues to find new ways to innovate and remain on the forefront of important planning issues. This year SCAG focused on four major areas: services, plans, initiatives and events, each of which is covered in depth in
Through active participation, SCAG members get the satisfaction of knowing they're providing a voice for their community and their region.
SCAG MEMBERSHIP HAS VALUEAs the largest metropolitan planning organization in the nation, the Southern California