Regional Transportation Plan Data and Research

Last Updated: 
Jan 12, 2021

Explore research and data trends that are helping to shape the development of the 2022 Regional Transportation Plan.

PSRC has collected data on various aspects of the transportation system, including bicycle and pedestrian facilities, regional freight assets, traffic signals, Transportation Demand Management Programs, specialized transportation services and other information.  A new visualization tool has been developed to display these data sets in context with other regional information such as demographics, regional centers, and transit stations among others. 


The links below access the tool, a brief User Guide and a Data Dictionary for the various layers within the tool.  In addition, contained as tabs within the tool are three illustrative modules showing how certain layers can be combined to inform local and regional planning on system improvements. These show non-motorized access to transit, ITS signals, and bridge conditions. 

Please note:

  • The system data currently reflected in the tool is through 2019, pre-COVID.  In the future, PSRC will be adding data as available and also including forecast conditions as identified in the draft 2022 Regional Transportation Plan.
  • This application is intended for general reference and planning purposes only.  Mapping may not reflect current-on-the-ground conditions.  PSRC collects data from a number of agencies across the region and cannot verify that all of the data gathered and presented here is accurate or reliable.  For those reasons, PSRC neither assumes nor will accept liability for it use.

Data and Performance Metrics Video

More information on the performance metrics for the Regional Transportation Plan may be found in the video or view the slides

Coming soon

Check back here for a series of policy briefs supporting plan development.