You've found INPUT/OUTPUT, the technical data team blog from the Puget Sound Regional Council in Seattle, Washington. At the I/O blog, we write about the data and tools which support our region's transportation planning, economic development, and growth management strategies.
PSRC also has a general-interest blog about regional issues.
In 2020 when we were all starting to work at home, the PSRC data team formed a working group to learn from each other how Household Travel Survey Data could be used to inform urban planning policy. We have... » Read More
In the Seattle region, sky-rocketing housing prices, a legacy of discriminatory housing policies, and new transportation infrastructure, have all coalesced together to have the potential to displace people from their homes.
The Puget Sound Regional Council (PSRC) and the City... » Read More
We have some exciting news to share! PSRC has just released Version 1.0 of the Household Travel Survey Data Explorer app.
Almost a year ago, we held a soft launch of the Beta version that allowed users to explore summary... » Read More
In the past couple of months, governments around the world implemented social distancing measures to slow the spread of COVID-19. During this unique time, we would like to understand how people’s travel behavior is changing. The first data point we... » Read More
This week we marked a milestone in the continuing development of our activity-based travel model, SoundCast. The latest official release, version 1.1, included big improvements to the truck model and the benefit-cost tool. Now, SoundCast “1.2 milestone 1” includes... » Read More
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