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5 Voting Members Chula Vista Imperial Beach National City Coronado Lemon Grove La Mesa El Cajon Santee San Diego Del Mar Encinitas Solana Beach Carlsbad Oceanside Vista San Marcos Escondido Poway County of San Diego

6 SANDAG Board of Directors (Voting Members = 21) ► Mayors, councilmembers, & supervisors ► Appointed by council/board to SANDAG ► Serve at pleasure of council/board ► Meet in public meetings; twice/month

7 Advisory Members ► Imperial County ► Caltrans ► U.S. Department of Defense ► San Diego Unified Port District ► San Diego County Water Authority ► Metropolitan Transit System (MTS) ► North County Transit District (NCTD) ► SoCal Tribal Chairmen’s Assn. ► Mexico AppointedOfficials

8 SANDAG’s Mission ► Forum for regional decision-making ► Build consensus ► Make strategic plans ► Obtain and allocate resources ► Plan, engineer, & build public transit ► Provide information and technical assistance

9 Regional Work ► Population growth ► Transportation ► Habitat planning ► Housing ► Beach Sand “comprehensive, integrated & coordinated” ► Energy ► Economic prosperity ► Public safety ► Borders planning ► Census Info

10 SANDAG Priorities ► Implement the TransNet sales tax program ► Update the Regional Transportation Plan ► Implement the Regional Comprehensive Plan ► Operate & Market the new Service Bureau ► Deploy technology to enhance public safety, information sharing, & decision-making ► Strengthen Relationships & Partnerships ► Pursue Resources for Regional Priorities

11 Staff Expertise ► Urban planning ► Computer modeling ► Demographics ► Transportation ► Economics ► Environmental ► Criminal Justice “Interdisciplinary Approach” ► Engineering ► Research ► Mathematics ► Administration ► Accounting ► Public Information ► Law

12 FY 2007 Program Budget Total $492 Million TDA10% Other Local Funds 2% Member Dues 1% Federal14% TransNet69% 12 State4% Funding Sources

13 2030 Regionwide Forecast

14 National Annual Growth = 1.0% 2000 to 2005 San Diego 0.8% Portland 1.7% Phoenix 3.5% Las Vegas 4.5% Minneapolis/St. Paul 1.1% Houston 2.3% Atlanta 3.0% New York City 0.3%

15 We’re Not Alone Southern California Annual Growth Rate 4.5% 1.8% 0.8% 0.9% 5% 4%

16 Growth Trends

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21 The Region is Growing... Population Housing Jobs 2,813,800 1,040,100 1,294,600 3,984,800 1,383,800 1,913,700 1,171, , ,100 42% 33% 48% CHANGE NumberPercent

22 Share of Population Growth 2OOO – 2O3O 11%9%4% 41% 23% 12%

23 Share of Employment Growth 2OOO – 2O3O 13%15%4% 45% 16% 7%

24 After 2010, Region’s Growth Rate Similar to U.S. 0% 1% 2% 3% 4% 5% Annual Growth Rates RegionNation

25 Fertility Rates Are Declining

26 Big Differences in Growth Rates... Asian/Other Hispanic Black White REGION 359, , ,487 1,548,833 2,813, ,800 1,518, ,800 1,519,000 3,984, % 102% 25% -2% 42% Growth

27 …will Change the Region’s Ethnic Composition

28 A “Booming” Increase in Older Population by – & older Age 15% 36% 131% 178% Increase

29 … Will Change the Region’s Age Composition % 21% % 60% % 19% 65+

30 Planning for the Future

31 Consolidated Regional Agency SB 1703 (Peace)

32 Regional Agency -Permanency Regional Plan Consolidation/ Collaboration Regionally Significant Transportation Projects- Implementation Coordinated Border Planning

33 Regional Comprehensive Plan Urban Form Healthy Environment Healthy Environment Transportation Transportation Housing Housing Public Facilities Public Facilities Economic Prosperity Economic Prosperity Borders Borders Urban Form Healthy Environment Healthy Environment Transportation Transportation Housing Housing Public Facilities Public Facilities Economic Prosperity Economic Prosperity Borders Borders

34 I-15 Rancho Bernardo Direct Access Ramp & Station

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36 Keeping Pace with Demand ► Can we meet our future housing needs?

37 Housing Units

38 The Smart Growth Solution

39 What is Smart Growth? ► Emphasizes compact, efficient, and environmentally sensitive development ► Focuses future growth away from rural areas ► Connects housing with jobs, services, and transportation

40 Future Units - Existing Policies

41 Future Units - Smart Growth

42 15 Oceansides 16 Poways What does it mean to save 400,000 acres? 68 National Cities 2 San Diegos

43 SANDAG STRUCTURE SANDAG Board of Directors Makes regional public policy TransportationCommittee Policy recommendations on planning and programming; strong focus & commitment to meet public transit needs Executive Committee Sets agenda; oversight for budget and work program; reviews grant applications; makes recommendations on legislative proposals & agency policies Public Safety Committee Policy recommendations on public safety & Homeland Security related to ARJIS & Criminal Justice Research activities BordersCommittee Policy recommendations on interregional programs & projects Regional Planning Committee Policy recommendations on Regional Comprehensive Plan development & implementation Chiefs/SheriffManagementCommittee

44 2007 SANDAG Initiatives ► 511 traveler system – February ► Compass Card – Spring ► Update the $42 billion Regional Transportation Plan – Fall

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