Census data provides information about the region's demographic, economic, housing and social characteristics. This data is collected through regular surveys conducted by the US Census Bureau; typically through the Decennial Census, conducted every ten years, or through the American Community Survey (ACS), which happens annually.
GIS is a spatial analysis tool used for project development, public involvement and planning.
The Travel Demand Model forecasts land use and corresponding travel behavior at least 20 years in the future.
The regional housing need allocation (RHNA) is a state required process that determines the number of housing units cities and counties must plan for in the Housing Element of their General Plan. This process currently takes place every five years in Shasta County and is conducted between the cities, Shasta County and the California Department of Housing and Community Development.
Definitions to transportation planning's most curious acronyms and jargon
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This tool by Cool California calculates your carbon footprint, based on the following factors: utility usage, annual travel patterns, solid waste production, and water consumption.
The AFLEET Tool 2023 was developed to help the Clean Cities Coalition Network estimate energy use, emissions, and cost of ownership of alternative fuel vehicles. At that link you can find the AFLEET Tool spreadsheet, AFLEET Online, and the Heavy-Duty Vehicle Emissions Calculator (online tool), which all have been updated. Specifically, AFLEET Online has been redesigned and now includes Payback On-Road, Payback Off-Road, and TCO calculators that use AFLEET spreadsheet calculations and have had their underlying emissions and cost data matched to the new spreadsheet.