ABAG works with its member governments to make the Bay Area a better place to live.
ABAG provides regional land use planning that looks at the region's housing and transportation, equity and the environment.
ABAG’s data and research are widely used by local governments to make decisions when planning for change and growth in their communities.
We administer various energy efficiency programs to assist residents, and manage a gas-purchasing pool to provide benefits and cost savings to ABAG members.
ABAG's Advancing California Financing Authority (ACFA) and the Financing Authority for Nonprofit Corporations (FAN) provide member governments and non-profit organizations access to low-cost financing for projects that serve the public good in Bay Area communities.
ABAG projects and programs help protect and enhance San Francisco Bay.
By identifying which Bay Area communities are or have historically been underserved, ABAG can direct funding toward projects that enable more equitable access to transportation, housing and services.
ABAG Budget and Work Program
The ABAG Budget and Work Program provides information about the agency's completed and planned activities as well the budget associated with that work. The most recent document is Fiscal Year 2019-2020 Approved ABAG Budget and Work Program. Prior year's Budget and Work Plans are available in the Digital Library.
Since ABAG and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) consolidated staff in 2017, additional information about ABAG staffing is now incorportated into the MTC Budget.