MRCOG provides data and technical services to member agencies, planning professionals, and citizens. Wherever possible, this data is made available online. Maps and publications not available online, such as older documents and large format maps, may be available for purchase.
Our interactive maps showcase data using the ArcGIS online platform for a variety of MRCOG and MRMPO projects.
We collect traffic counts at all major roads in Bernalillo, Valencia, Torrance, Sandoval and southern Santa Fe counties. The data is used to support various planning activities, and to produce annual Traffic Flow Maps of Albuquerque and the outlying rural areas. Read more >>
We collect data that pertain to population, housing, jobs, and land-use. Specific datasets include labor market statistics, Census data, commuting data, land use inventories, and building permits. Read more >>
A user-friendly database to display and query reports on travel time, traffic counts and average weekday daily traffic data. Read more >>
Member agencies may request information on travel times and market information for various types of transportation, environmental justice analyses, alternative bus route analyses, and more. Read more >>
We provide services to member agencies using the regional transportation model. This model predicts travel demand for automobile, transit, bicycle, and walk trips for the Metropolitan Transportation Plan analysis years. Read more >>
MRCOG obtains and analyzes crash data to assist member agencies and the public with understanding crash information and transportation planning issues confronting the AMPA region. Read more >>
We provide digital map data in ESRI formats, digital aerial photography, digital graphic formats for hard copy maps, and special mapping requests. Read more >>