The Local Data Exchange (LDX) process was developed to gather the most updated information available from local jurisdictions covering land use, growth and related plan inputs to inform the development of Connect SoCal 2024.
Over the course of 2022, SCAG met one-on-one with all 197 local jurisdictions to discuss these data in their local context, provide background on Plan development and provide training on SCAG’s Regional Data Platform which could be used to provide input. Input was due to SCAG by Dec. 2, 2022, for inclusion in Connect SoCal 2024.
Draft Connect SoCal 2024 growth forecast data, which was reviewed by jurisdictions during LDX, is also available in Excel format and in this web mapping application:
Each jurisdiction’s Data/Map Book below contains a description of the LDX process, descriptions of each dataset and updated data and maps following local review. To request draft high-quality maps and shape files of SCAG’s Data/Map Book or related materials, please contact LIST@scag.ca.gov.
Please note these data represent a snapshot in time and may not reflect subsequently available information. Please contact local jurisdictions directly to ensure the most up-to-date planning, development, and construction information.