URBAN DATA BOOK. VOLUME II: URBAN DATA MILWAUKEE-WASHINGTON NOTES AND TECHNICAL APPENDIXES
A quick reference compilation of certain population, socio-economic, employment, and modal split characteristics of the 35 largest Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas (SMSA) in the United States is presented. The three basic groups of urban data presented are population, socio-economic, and employment. The population data include population totals and densities for the various segments of each of the individual SMSA's (CBD, Central City, Urbanized Area, and SMSA). Also included are population totals by concentric urban rings, and population density plots. The urban ring data combined with the population density plots can be used for identifying existing urban corridors. The socio-economic data compiled by concentric urban rings include: median female and male age, proportion of population 65 years and older, median family income, number of households and families, number of home-owners and renters, average home value and average rent paid, and auto ownership. The employment data found in this report include: home-to-work flows, employment and worker densities, and a modal split distribution for each of the 35 SMSA's.
- See also PB-248 601.
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- Bronitsky, L
- COSTELLO, M
- Haaland, C
- Schiff, S
- Publication Date: 1975-11
- Pagination: 176 p.
- TRT Terms: Census; Central business districts; City planning; Employment; Metropolitan areas; Persons by socioeconomic levels; Population; Travel; Urban transportation
- Old TRIS Terms: Central city
- Subject Areas: Data and Information Technology; Society;
- Accession Number: 00133173
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: National Technical Information Service
- Report/Paper Numbers: DOT-TSC-OST-75-45.II
- Files: NTIS
- Created Date: Jun 23 2003 12:00AM