ABAG and MTC offer several kinds of publicly-available data tools for the Bay Area.
Extensive research and data on housing planning, production, and policies to assist with planning for housing and preserving affordability.
Monthly Bay Area index measures the change in the price of goods since 1970. Annual averages also provided.
More than 40 hazard map layers and a growing list of tabular data sets for the nine county Bay Area region.
Take a quiz and find out if you’re ready for an earthquake, the effects of climate change and other hazards.
Census data and demographic statistics from Healdsburg in the north to Gilroy in the south and everywhere in between.
Regional clearinghouse publications for local governments and other interested parties about projects requiring an environmental review.
Open-data initiative offering key regional datasets for the public to download — or access via API for analysis and modeling.
Datasets available to local governments and the public from administrative and demographics to environment and transportation.
What Can You Do With Our Data Tools?
Understand key housing policies, get CPI data, perform community vulnerability analyses, plan for the next earthquake, get open data sets on trends, review environmental projects, find population data... and a lot more.