To help us understand where current and future Bay Area residents will live, work and get around in Alameda County and beyond, planners at MTC and ABAG have generated forecasts for jobs, housing, population, travel demand and transportation revenue. To show how these forecasts might play out over time—and to ensure the Plan is meeting the goals Bay Area residents helped identify in 2015—planners have developed three scenarios. Understanding how these three planning scenarios will impact life in Alameda County helps us recognize what issues may become most important as a preferred scenario is developed and Plan Bay Area updated.
Locally Adopted Priority Development Areas (PDAs) and Priority Conservation Areas (PCAs)
Alameda County is home to the city of Oakland, one of the largest cities in the region; the Port of Oakland, one of the country’s busiest container ports; nineteen BART stations; historic downtowns and main streets; and an enviable park system. Click on the link to view five examples of the 43 locally adopted PDAs in Alameda County.