The Feb. 10, 2014 RLIS Live data are now available to download. Go
Metro’s Research Center provides state-of-the-art mapping, spatial analysis, regional economic analysis, and demographic and travel forecasting for Metro, its regional partners, businesses and the public.
As custodians of the region’s geographic-based data infrastructure, Data Resource Center staff coordinate with regional partners to collect and combine data into a seamless data set for use in regionwide decision-making. This comprehensive data set, along with economic forecasting and modeling information, is used to generate reports, products and services that inform a wide variety of regional issues and opportunities.
RLIS Live delivers more than 100 GIS map layers for the region through online download and web services - available to subscribers anywhere with Internet access. Go
Search for regional annexations and boundary changes, and view or download final action documents.Go
View GIS map layers in detail and download individual or multiple layers. A limited selection of free map layers is available to non-subscribers.Go
Purchase maps and aerial photographs of the region.Go
Find data analysis and research to better understand the region’s current transportation systems – from examining what patterns and costs exist now, to envisioning future needs and systems.Go
Looking for data, reports or forecasts on land, population and employment? Metro compiles and maintains a wealth of information about the economy and demographics of the region.Go
Through a partnership with leaders at Metro and Portland State University's Institute of Portland Metropolitan Studies, the Greater Portland Pulse tracks the the region's well-being by choosing, measuring and using a set of inter-related indicators in nine areas.Learn more
Use this premier web mapping service to view and print maps or data specific to your interest. To purchase a wide variety of presentation quality reports and maps, link to Business Analyst Online developed for MetroMap by the Environmental Systems Research Institute. Go
Use these tools to see maps, including the Bike There! map on Google Earth, plan local trips, locate recycling resources, contact your garbage hauler, make food donations or learn about your councilor.Go