Products, Services, and Data
Growth and Transportation System Monitoring
Change in Motion Reports and Tools
COMPASS develops a regional long-range transportation plan for Ada and Canyon Counties called Communities in Motion. The plan is guided by goals developed by the COMPASS Board of Directors and helps ensure roads, bridges, and transportation services (buses, etc.) are ready for the future. Long-range planning helps prioritize future transportation projects based on public input and how the region is likely to grow.
Change in Motion Reports
COMPASS collects and evaluates data to assess the region’s progress toward achieving Communities in Motion goals and summarizes that information in Change in Motion reports. Those reports can be accessed below. For more information contact: Carl Miller, (208) 475-2239.
In an effort to make the most current data more accessible, COMPASS began a series of social media posts based on the COMPASS performance measures and data outlined in the 2016 Change in Motion report. The social media series uses infographics to continue reporting performance measure data.
2018 Change in Motion Scorecard (5.88MB)
Performance Monitoring Tools
Communities in Motion 2040 Dashboard
The Communities in Motion 2040 dashboard is an interactive data resource for all those seeking to understand how the area is evolving compared to our region's long-range planning goals.
The dashboard features online mapping and data on transportation, economic development, housing, farmland, open space, and health among others issues. Its purpose is to empower strategic and informed decisions on how to help meet the region's needs now and in the future.
We invite you to explore our region's data, community snapshots, and maps on this site.
Communities in Motion 2040 ChecklistThe Communities in Motion 2040 checklist is a tool for evaluating whether land developments are supportive of the Communities in Motion 2040 goals and performance measures. It is intended to assist in making land use decisions, but does not prescribe what those decisions should be.