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Title:
Profiles of U.S. urbanized areas with fixed guideway systems
At head of title:
Guideway transit and intermodalism function and effectiveness
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Profiles of United States urbanized areas with fixed guideway systems
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1 online resource (vi, 158 p.) : ill., maps. ;
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English
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Ball, William L
York, Mitchell P
Earnest, Don
Happel, Shelly
United States -- Federal Transit Administration
University of South Florida -- Center for Urban Transportation Research
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University of South Florida, Center for Urban Transportation Research
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Tampa, Fla.
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Draft.

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Local transit -- Statistics -- United States   ( lcsh )
Local transit -- Ridership -- Statistics -- United States   ( lcsh )
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statistics   ( marcgt )
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 152).
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Center for Urban Transportation Research, College of Engineering, University of South Florida ; project managers, William L. Ball, Mitch York ; project staff, Don Earnest, Shelly Happel.
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Title from e-book t.p. (viewed Aug. 24, 2011).
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"May 1995."
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"... This document is disseminated under the sponsorship of the Department of Transportation, Federal Transit Administration ..."

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Guideway Transit and Jntermodalism: Function and Effectiveness Profiles of U.S. Urbanized Areas with Fixed Guideway Systems Center for Urban Transportation Research Cole g e of E ngineering, University o f South Florida 4202 E Fowler Avenue, ENB 116 Tampa, FL3362Q-535G (813) 974-3120 S unCom574-3120, Fax (8 13)974-5188 emsil:txosch@eng .U&f .edu GwL. Brosch, Oiteclor Draft May 1995 Projoct Managers Wlniaml. Ball MftciiYoik Projoct StaH Don Earnest S hel ly Happel wtJoamrusponsible for the facts and the Bocuracy of the information presented herein. This dOCUhUtnt Fs disseminated under the spon$0tShip of th& of Transportation, Fedml Transit AdministraliOI'r,ln lhe irtttm:st of lnfonnaticm exchange. The U.S. GovemmentassumesnoliabilityforttJocontentsorusc theteOfandctoesnotendorsesnyvendorsorproductsmentlonedfuthereporl

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Over the past few decades more lhan a dozen U.S. cities have implemented new guideway public ttansit systems and virtually every major urban area has o r is considering increasing public transportation investments, frequently including lhe consideration of guideway transit investments The coWttly's dramatic subwbanizalion and socio-economic changes have placed new eballcnges on public transportation Various guideway investments are amooglhc so lutions that local communities have considered to meet lhc changing transportation needs of !heir communities The result has been growing guideway transit ridCJShip and an increase in the importance of guideway in the overall lransponation system. Ouldcway transit investments arc perceived as the public transit investment lhat provides an excellent opportunity to compete wilh auto travel, influence land usc, motivate public and business financial support and address air quality and environmental goals. This report docs not advocate guideway solutions or discourage careful consideration of non-guideway transportation investments, but provides a knowledge base to support those involved in guideway planning and implcmcotdion. Wilh lhe development of numerous systems over lhe past few years, a gJCat deal of experience and knowledge has been gained about all aspects of using guideway investments to meet transportation and olhcr local goals Much of this knowledge resides with local planning agency sta1i's and is of great val ue to other urban areas if the most relevant information can be captured and communicated to the ever growing and changing group of professionals that are involved in guideway project planning and decisionmaking. This report is one of several that are being produced as part of a study funded by the Federal Transit Administration on intcnnodalism and guideway effectiveness This multi-year effun is being Conducted by the Ld:unan Center fur Transportation Research at Florida Intematiooal University and the Center for Urban Transponatioo Research at the University of Soulh Florida. The broadly-defined research project, a response to a U.S. congressional authorization, focuses on the cxamlnation of factors that influence the effectiveness and cffiticncy of guideway transit systems and passenger intcrmodal transportation The work program is driven by eight primary research tasks, each of which is being addressed through a variety of research methodologies. The overall objective is to assemb le existing and new information and interpret and communicate that information in a manner that supports the planning and decisionmaking effurts of public transportation planners. Knowledge gained in this project will provide useful information for the many communities and transportation professionals that ane planning or coosidering guideway transit as a key component in their transportation sys t em. In addition, many of the issues and much of the information will have application to all public transportation planning The products of this research effort in 199S include tccbnical reports, case studies and data books. Ui

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, . Usc Transit for Work Trip, Percent of Workers Age I 6+ 8 "'11'ime t n Work 8 Worked Insi de MSA of Residence Outside Cerllral Place 9 i ...... iv liz I I 1

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. . ....... .. , : , . ... . Baltim.ore 22 Dallas Mi>miJHialeah New Orleans 94 St. Louis 118 -J&r __ ____.;., __ v

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This publication presents profiles of urbanized areas in the United States that offer some foxm of fixed guideway transportation alternative. Using the results of the 1990 Census, data are compiled into two major sections including data rankings and data figures. The first major section ranks urbanized areas with guideway systems for selected data compiled from the 1990 Census. Selected demographic, journey-to -worl<, employment and economic and central city and urban fringe data variables are ranked from high to low (I to 33) in a series of tables The rankings enable comparisons to be made quickly for urbanized areas opeJll!ing fixed guideway in the United States The second major section presents more detailed profiles of each urbanized area in a set of data figures. A graphical summary of demographics, joumey-to-worl<, employment and economic, and central city and urban fringe data i s presented in a four page layout for each urbanized area. In addition to the major sections presenting data, the publication concludes with a reference section including a list of Census data sources, Census source files and tables, and a comprehensive list of variable definitions as provided in documentation from the Census Bureau. This section should provide the infomtation necessary to fully understand how each of the data variables is defined and presented in this data book. The remainder of this introduction provides summary infonnation regarding the location and type of fixed guideway systems opeJll!ing in the United States. The geographic distribution of fixed guideway systems is presented in the United States map on page 2, and the specific types of fixed guideway technology that are operated within each urbanized area are identified in the table on page 3. This publication was prepared to serve as a reference book for urbanized areas currently operating fixed guideway systems, as well as for urbanized areas contemplating fixed guideway investments By referring to this data book, transportation planners and decisionmakers can quickly identify other urbanized areas with similar characteristics Communicating with these urbanized areas presents oppornmities to learn from experiences in other parts ot the country. t I

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Urbanized Artl T ype of F ixed Guideway T r ansit Atlanta heav y rai l Baltimore light heavy rail, commuter rail Boston light rail, heavy rail, comm u ter rail, trolley bus BuJfaloJNiagaza Falls li ght roil Chattanooga inclined pl ane Chie:ag o/N. W Indiana heavy rail, commuter rail Cl e velan d light heavy rail Dallas Light commuter rail (both under construction) Dayton troUey bus Denve r Light tail Detroit autom ated guideway Ft. Lauder d a l e/Hollywood/Pompano Beach oommu ter rail Oai \'C:S t o n Ught ra il Jackson\ille a u tomated guideway Johnstown i nclined plane Los Angeles Light rail, heavy nUl. eommuter rail. b usway Memph i s l ight rail M i amiiHialeah heavy rail, commuter rai l a u tomated guideway New Ha\'CR comm uter mil New Orleans light roil New York/N. N e w Jersey lig h t mil, hea\'Y rail, comm u ter rail, overhead cablcway Philade l p hia ljgh t heavy rail, com mu ter rail trolley bus P i usburgh light rail, inclined plane, busway Portland. OR/Vancouver WA light rail Sacramen t o Light rail St. lAuis tight rail San Diego light rail, commuter rail San Franeiseo/Oalcland ligh t ra il heavy rail, comm utc r rail, cabl e car, trolley bus San Jose ligh t rail, commu ter rail Seanle fight rail, m o n orail, trolley bus Tampa/St Pe-tersburg automated guideway Washington D .C. ligh t rail, heavy rai l, c-ommute r ra i l West Palm BeachJBoc:;a Raton/Oelr.-y Beach commu ter rail z

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.... San Francisco Oakland San Oligo Urbanized Areas of the United States With Guideway Transit Systems Boston Haven Phi!.liii&ii>iiii Washington, D C Tampa -St. Pete Clearwater ,West Palm Bch-Boca Raton Delray Bch MiamiHialeah___;! Ft. Lauderdale -Hollywood Pompano Bch. .,. ':'-''>:

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/ This section summarizes rankings fur selected data compiled fur the United States and Ufbanized areas in the counlly that have some sort of fixed guideway system. Thirty-six demographic and journey-to-work variables are compiled and r anked from high to low (I to 33) in a series of tab l es. The 36 variables are listed below Total Population Total Number ofWO
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.. "' Poput.tton -y ... 1 6 044,0 1 2 ...... t1,,94$ """"" 6,792,087 Philadllpl\il 4,222,211 0"' 3.$9 1 ,629 3..6'29,$ 115 "" .. .), 1$8,$ """"' 2.775,370 S.n0i190 2.34U17 Al:lanta 7.1$7.eo6 St. 1.94$,526 Miami 1.914 ,660 S>Jti-U8U73 ...... 1.741, 0M "-1 ,7()8..710 t.$78,745 c- un,dl """" 1 517,977 ...,_ UM. 019 1 ,23&, 134 """'"" 1.172.1S8 ............ 1 ot7,005 _.,._ 1,040.226 ...... "".33' 825 .193 w.1.PIIfn8N.h ...... JKIGonvia. 73a. 413 "'""' 8 13,A67 N_..._, 451, 488 Challlf1009a ,..,.,. -77.&4t -...... Ag<_1oto_oo, Pre.m or Total u v. A!b.nla SanJOM ....... "'"' ...... ..... ....... $111'1 F rtf\CI$00 """" ...... ....... l.IC!etGiilt ....... hmpe ,_ .. ,.,. WHt Palm 9Hch 1 2 3 5 10 12 .. .. 1 6 19 20 21 22 " 25 ,. 27 28 29 30 $1 :l3 2 5 7 10 12 .. .. 16 .. 10 -20 21 22 .. .. 25 ,. 27 29 ,. 31 32 33 ,._ QfWof'tttfl -y""' .. ..._ c......, .... WMhii'IQIIIOf\.O. C S.n FI'WIC!IOO ""'" """" ....... ... .,..,. ......... ........ ... ...... Miem l """" Tmpa $11\JOM ........ """'"" ..........., -""-" -Jecbonvh w..t him &.;1'1 o.,., --c.._ """--7,52$.51. 5.457,037 3,217,680 1.958 .0S U\2.805 1,85&,90t ).641.9&6 I,St), 125 1,Ul,.168 1 160,790 t, t.&U78 ....... 927.318 91U87 788.321 780 275 708,23.4 752,200 1)5,)1 0 682,478 678,869 507,784 133,327 422,1160 375.$23 .... ., 300,622 286.92-t m.st.c '37, 073 ...... 25,171 25 .7&% """ 1 9 .0'3 ,.,.,. 18.711i. t UI,._ 1a32% 17.""' t7.8W 17 45% 18.8W ....... 1U7"Jf, tUft 1$ ...... 1$, ,.,.,. ...... ..... 1<,..,. 14..35% 13 .2t% 13.08% 12.24% 12,%),% -------------------6 ACJ L ... TNn 11S, P.rcent ol Tatal Poputatton 1 -"""" ......,. 2 """' 24.28% ........... 24 ,11% 23.4.4% 5 5 """"' 23.19% 23.1 .. 7 .. """ ""-2:291,., ...... ...,.. -10 """'' 22 .631< 10 ...... 22. 61"4 12 PofUir.d 22-1 2 13 ......... 22. 47% 13 .. "'""' 2226% 1 4 .. S..Oi. 22. 08'4 .. .. -2 1.60% 1 6 a.-... 21.80% 19 -21.5&% " M ... 21.4$"4 10 20 ""'"" ,...,. 20 21 ,_.._ 21.22% 21 22 ...... "'""' 22 23 ...... 20 .65% .. ,. ,.,..,. ,. 25 -v""' 20 .34% 25 26 --,. 21 Sin F1111'1toe0 21 t t ,Ot'Jto ,. ,. ...,,_ 18.54% ,. .. .. ,_ 18.2.4% ,. 31 '"""' 32 """"' H .3&% 32 33 w.st Palm s-t. t S.n% 33 ....... af Tatal Popui.UOn om -... ., .. 2 T o'"'" 2 1.1814 20.0!1< -17.61" 5 ....... tS.n% c""""" U.91'Jto 7 --...... Mleni 14.06% .... _. 13.86% 10 """"'"-tUN 11 ........ """"' ...... 1 3 -v"" 13.18% 14 .. .._ 1 3 0 1'4 --. ..--,.... 1 2 .28" 1 6 .,.,.,. 12.1t'!' -12.($111. .. -12.08% 1 1021< 20 c......, 21 _,.. .. 22 ...... IO ,s.ft 23 San.DitgD 10,92'% ,. ........... lo.&4% 25 .......... \0,_53% "' ""'""'""' 10 49% 27 ""'"' 9 56% .. ........... 9 .54% ........ 8.7'" 30 WUIIif\OliOtl, D C ...... 31 """' 7.92% ,..,.,,. 33

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Mlnol ftl o. Percent 01 T ot.l Pop ul atJon """" .... : = 2 28.01" ..... ....... .._ 'Q:1!lf. ..... .. .... ...,. 31.15"5 ....... S2.M """"' ..__ .... -....... -.,_,.,. 25.57% ...... 6;1J:mor 33.02% 2 5.43% ...... NowYctt 24.56'% .... ,. C hit3QO 32.13% 1 0 24.67% ... .. San Jcao 31.37'% .. ....... """"' 1 2 24.1 2% 62.21"-,.,... 27 .70" .. 2:4.11" $l.l&ll ... .-27.19% 23.7 ... ..__ ... .,.'9' 15 S2. 1N ........... ....... .. ...... .,_..,. ....... ... .... ,..... ,..,,. ....... ,_,_ UM< ....... 6UW .,........., ,....,. 21.98% 5U3" St""" ....... 20 sua Cll:rttar.co;a 21 20-n% I).C, 51.54 % Newti;won 19,\$% 22 ::0.62% 51.<10% Oayllln 18.4 1 % ,. 1 1 n % SUl K Fll&u derdi l t 1 U 7%24 18.57% 51.21:* """"' tS.Oim 25 18 25% $1.1 K BUiralo """' ,. 18.t7% ....... ...... 21 ,..,. ... ,...,. ... ...... -,_ U1 ... .,. ....,. 20 ,....., .,_....,. .. ...... -tt.10"31 "'"' 1 .... ,. ........ ...... ,. .SchJs:#M'o 33 """""'" ... ..... of Total Pop ulation ....140 Kousehold I n come t ,..OM per Houlthold 2 ......... ... .... E-> ...... """' .,..... 15.5111. 08ilas 1 2 .... ....... -1 .. $S7.202 ... .:: .., .... ...... 1 .. i:S ....... 2 -2.70 3 2.70 21'S 5 ... v ... ._,. 2.71 """"" 1 3.41"'- ....... .,. San. FranciSooo 1$.37% -.. t ... NcuterlHnt 2.89 ""'""' lf.69% 10 8act811'1eflt0 11 Utllhd ,,..,., -Ft Utudllr$11o .,,. 1 2 nowHI\1011 '""" 10 B lllmore $3.4..81 2 11 SI" D i tgo m e 1 12 Pllll8dtlphlll 834,400 Dt .. ....... BaiUmcro ... 1 0 "'""' 2. 81 II ..... 12 Dallas .... -. ., WeiSt Pzlm Bead\ 8.94% T .... . ..... -= 6,,,,,. .. -""""'" UOl> 17 ..... ....,. .. ,_,.. "'"' 1. .. ...,. 1271< 20 Shtuo ..... Dtl .. .,,.. 1$ WhtPMme..eb 132,114 II hiD .... ... ....... .... ... .. .. ._ .. ,. .. .. OoyiCn ...... "' """''"" sst ... 21 l'l Ulieltrd llle ...... """"' ...... ,_., ;. .. .. .... 1M-..., 17 2. 18 Ul 18 '""' ........ 2.$1 20 """" 2.$1 21 "2.64 % 22 C l l t llln d sst107 "' "'"""""' 2.5S 22 AIJanta ...... 22 ...... '"'" 24 ,... 2.03 % 2S """""" 1 ..... .. ........ 1.31% 21 Uitfft.-. Pltlll: llr Q h $27 ,2!1$ ., Miami S2U2t .. ...... 12t,71:1 27 c.,.,.,. .... ,. &.&lo .... ........ 1 49 P i!sb'J rg!l ... ,. """" .., 2'7 StleWs 1.14 % ,. -...... ,. ........ ..,..,. .. Cfo4ai0i 0.87% 31 ---S2 """'""" o ..... ,. -S}l717 '21 -....... ,. .... .. .. ....,.,._ m.ooo ., -....... ., "'""""'" ....... 33 -... 28 ,.... 2.31 .. ft.-.. U1 .. ..... .. 2.3 1 33 1 "''I 1

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-18.0 1 % 1$.19% """' 13.18% f.J.fl% 12.12"4 12.3 a% 12.31% '"' 12.01" ,_ lUI% 11.3>'11 11-""' ,..,.,. ...... 10.23 ...... ..,.,. at7% M$% a"" 7 .8<% 7 37% __ u Hans" or vvOfk mp, Petctnt of Wori(en 1& WKNIIQ".On, O C 15.5$% ...... Sin Pilb;blltgh 10.09'1o ......... -_ ..._ &.51% --&.11" ...... = ...,. """" .... -IJit/ll!l41 ... s.rn< ...... 4 .$1% ......... .,.,. NtwHIVttl "'" St ..... 156% ......... .. .... M1"""il 3 .34% ""' ..... 3.a..% Otll'oll 2JJ 1 % Dtlltt 2.1a-.. "" """' 1"" Jtokwnvil ""' ,,_ .... FI.L...,.
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nm Lm. Perce n t ot Wotk9fs Age 18+ "'" 54.23% 2 Jatksonvft& "'""' 3 IAomptis 63.53% """""'" 52.96% s 52 91% """' 52 .84% 7 S tl#J5 Allanta 51.74% Jol!nsto..d-60' .55" Oat.-es.1on 50 53% ,. Ballln-1019 50.$5" 15 ... 01 ... 49.82,. 1 0 ""-11 ..... 1$ Pltl$burQh 49.57% 1$ Clro'e!.ilrt4 4U9" "'"'" ... .,.,. .. .,.,,.,. ...... 23 llbmi 47.93 % 24 1.0$ lv'Qeles. 47.89% 25 F t Lal.derdalo 47.19* .. V..'or.\ 47114'% 71 Now H.ri'CIII 47.82% 28 Detroit ....... 2ll SW'I fnl.-eiS.OO ....... 30 ....... ,..,,. 31 &.df.,la ........ '' N-vm ........ 33 WO':' ,.,.. "! Outside central Place, % Of WDrtters Age 15+ lA;; ;;;;;; S\.l.ctA$ 80.54% 3 """"' 58 .86% Philelde!phla 55 1$% 5 55.01% Wuttln.v,on o.c. 55. 7 Ptts.tu rgll 5 4 ,E\;% Ckmw 62. 1 0% Bal!imo .,., 1 0 Wtet P6U'tl Bead\ 51.74% Bulf alo 12 M iam i 13 .... _... 47.71 % ,. ...... 15 ,..,._ .. Ch .... ...... 45.61% ......... 46.44" 19 &tctamento ....... &an Fntild."$CO ....... ,.,.,. d tl)% 22 New O Mans. ,. NtM'H:rwn 41.79% 24 41.18% 25 P.orti:ll'ld 40.56% "' 37. 40% 2T sanOI&gO 3&.96% "' llnit>d ...... ,..,,. oar.. "" ""'-23.$9% 30 II.$Mct($ 13.76% 31 Jack$onvll\o ...... G31VMI.on S21% 33 t wont nme a.m., Pereent or Workers Agt1S+ ;;::: 0 211as. 7t1W. '1\ .. 70 .94% ..... 70.89Vo 7G.SO. NewYOI1c 7048% 70 50% F l Lauderdale 70.21% J;tekHnv il o Temp!! ... .. Miami Jct..nsllO'An ....... NewOJieet$ .... .. 6a..74% """" Chat'.a:'loog:& ....... etl. ... "' CtJe;,go 6U8% s.,n FrMOisco 6Ut% Buffal o ........ ..... 64.76% Los. .Anga!O$ 64 .61 % """'' ....... s.,no 84 .50% 19.56% 17.71% H),!)2% 10.67% .,. 1 0.18% 10.1 0% ..... ...... 7.91 % .. .... 6.9S% ..... 5 .18% ..... UO% 4.6$ ..... -'"" -D .C. a 1 1m 9 2 3 7 10 11 13 15 18 17 18 1 9 20 21 22 23 ,. ,. ,. ;; ,. 29 30 31 .. 33 D.C. ... 87 6 5 % 84.57'14 71.35% 003114 519.75'14 5456-% 52.6 ... 51.19% 50 .21% 48 ,$'"./)i 47. 3 1 % 45.72% 45.G9% 44.27% ....... -43..&4% % 34.3314 !&..67% 18.54% ... ,. 17.57'% t6..t1 % t4..9&% ,..,.. U .. 17. 1 3.81% 13.60% 12.n9'4 11.96% 11.aK 1 0.41 % 1 o.:u% 1 0 .18% ..... .. 9..71 % $.09% a -.... .. a 1a% ,..,,. 8 .77'14 6.3J %

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rnvat e ven::MS WOitfers lWO"O< f ,,, N-H!rwion ,., II 47. 21% ,..,.. ,. BI1S110 4$. 7 1 % II o.,..., Ui7 II SW'I 1.83 ....... 1.84 12 S.allmor U l 13 S\ Louis 4$.6$% 12 IICI';V"IItllllo 4S 56% 1 3 Jecto;onvllle 1.62 , SllO!ili 1.6 1 Ctic ago ,., 14 1.90 IS .,.... ...... ...,.,, a...., 45.4"""" D C Ut IS """' u u ..... v .... 1.88 M i a Mi .... t7 Nw.-He ... on ""'"' 4!1.1"' .... 17 Ph i ladolpllia 1.83 f,IAmpi$ 4<88% W.$1. Pa l m 8oath .... t5J Cl9\'tllnd Ui3 lO UJ ..... .... 20 G a twmo n 1.n 21 L4.19% .... ......... 43.97% Cll ieego CJ.88" 20 '"""' 1 .50 , -- n Ptlil adelt)tia 4'2.42% ll 1.49 Miami ..... 1.1..-nptis 1 .76 22 1 .74 23 MiaMi 22 "'""' 42.0$% 23 B.a'Jimor o us _, U4 25 eo,., 1 n 24 """'"" 1 .10 2S 41.71% ,. CIMI.atl(:l U 2 28 '" 27 ,_ ... Chtll8fiOOSI' U7 27 ...... "" 4 1 13% 28 N-YOit ....... 27 Blllf&kt ... """'' 1.81 28 ,.. .. 40.79% 28 ,,. 29 t.: ...... 0!1tltl$ "' 30 T a mpa 1.67 28 .... 30 ...... 4 0.,45,. 29 NewOIIMM 40.11% 30 Jollf!$1.0tfl 1.33 ,. ""' .. " 1.22 Pittsburgh ... 3 1 Wftl Paltn 8Mch 32 -31 Wost P 1l m 8Nch ... ,.,... 32 ..... v ... 1.16 33 '""""""" 1 30 """" 33 w ..... Popu&auon Ratto rce P.uttc:fpitron Percent o f MIJH Age 18+ I"Otce t'.uttCJpaUOn r e matea, Percent of F.males Age1f+ . ..,. ..... 2 "'""' '"'" 3 I""' Wuhingtcn, D.C 2 -81.56% ... . A,.,. 2 """" ....... 3 -"'"' ...... 81.25% """' ...... 0""' ., .... """" S0.7 ... S.allle 83.1<1% 5 """" J.adcsoll..;uo StLOUI$ ....... Dai!H 7 St. Louis ,..2% 7 "'"'" S:U2% 7 5t24% Sen F"f'IVIC:i6CO SanJ-61.37'4 J a ckso nviO. 49.88% PQttlfnd ....... N-H'aven 4$.51% II Sa.l'IOiego 48 ,43-% 4$ .11% 13 l06AIIOfiM 7U8'4 ....... 7$,26-"4 """"' n.14% II ""'" 16.90% san JO$t 76.4!% 13 Jacksoi'I'Yile 60.64 Pt1 1ncS 60 .59% 10 .......... $3 ,3$% II Nt-H 1ieYet'l &:l.t7,; " lOlAJIOt!M 14 Clllcigo .c7,37" IS StLM A7.21% NtwYC111 "" 17 46 .75% Sacramen Baltime ... ........ 1>27% "'""' 7 4.50% 17 ,..,., 7<- ......... 59.41 % 58.6&% I S 58.72% LMN!OeiM 17 ..... _,. ,..,,. 18 .,.,.,. P h i!We lplli& 4&.41,. "' 21 -.. ...... .U7% ,_.., ...... ,...,. ... v ... 7< .... Mtrr91il 7< .... 20 Ootroil """"'"" """"-... ,.,. """"' 58 .1<1% 20 Philado l phi 56.37'i 2 1 c .......... ...... 23 """" "" 45..51" 2S C l t'Ytla n d 44.84% 26 ....... 44>2% WHt P 1ll'!'l Be&cll AA. 11 % :18 -"'""' 29 ,. ... 30 ,. NtwONin$ 41.86% 32 Jollnstown ....... 33 S.n Oiego 73 ..... 22 2l Cl''""'-n & t % 21 Clewland n .% 2S 8il#f l o 10.65% ,. NtwCrioans "'""' 27 F t L1udetcbL'e G tlyffion 29 Pilt$ burgh ... ,.,. 33 r,.,. ..,,.,.. w.t.: Pa lm e..ct1 65.90% 32 ,........., 61.80% 33 .... v ... "" 22 M i wn i 23 c'"''""" 64.94% ,. ""'" ...... 25 Csev.lllniJ 54 .58% 26 N-OtiNm 54. Wit ...... ""' Fll..wCSOI'dll e """' 29 ,_,. !>. .... .. 50.25% WKtPialm Bo11ch '"'"" 32 33 1 0 '"I I I

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t"'pu1at1o n uens ty Persons pe r Sq ure Mile woc Ker uen51ity, V/or1Cers per square MUe p wat an uen_Y-"""'!'; .,. N ewYol'k 2,538 2 2 New York ..... 3 Miatni 2,491 3 J.liami t0.$3< 3 """'"' 0!7 """""' 2 ,264 4 Bar!n'IOre 9,108 SGn ... '05e 4 ,240 San F' r.ard:-.oa 2 12$ 5 ctlCe90 9.00 1 Slln. Fra.n.eiv.o 4,1S2 Orlt&n$ 3 862 Cll lce;o "" ""' 1 o.c 8,91t San Jo;e 8,370 1 Fl Ltuclerdale 8 Ft. I..Mid9rdikl 1,770 8 los A.n;elos '"" 8 Plli lade(pfia "" o.c '"" 1 0 "" "" 1 ,720 Phlbdolpl'ola 1 ,663 1 0 Buffal o BcS1on i1,841 10 &'101. 3,ol03 11 San Oiog:. 1,862 11 Cle>telar.d 8,584 II "'"' 3,343 ., ..... 1 ,618 1 2 Pittsburgh ..... 1 2 Oen.w r M08 o e ttclt "'" 14 .... 1 ,00< ,, 1 ,517 .. BaltL,..cte 1 .... 1 5 Ott.roit 6,<1$1 No-N Orle an; .. 4,310 BaJimcre a1ao Sllmmcrt..a 1 ,521 1 6 SW.Ciego .. """' 3.114 Portland 1,51)1 11 St. 4.840 11 l'<>Jf\$1 ""' ,. .., "' 3,203 ,. "" 2.880 ,. "' "' oar .. Z"" "' Abrl.a 1 ... 3 1 John<Wfl ,.., 31 ............ 1 .011 1,lo 'l.m 10 2,620 11 2.4 6 0 12 .. ,. Clcw\ard 2 .306 2 ,137 1 5 "' .. 2 t2A 1 8 """'" 2.065 11 2 013 Ft 1 .... 19 SlnOieQO 1,9Ml s.t1 1,926 21 1. 887 22 1.621 23 ,...,,. 1.470 1.431 2$ West P:.l'm Beaeh 1 339 ,. A.tl-'1\1111 I,,.. Z7 """' 1,773 28 "'"" I ,,.. 28 1 1 87 .. Unift d $tetu ... Gal.v&t!MI ... 31 Jack.:&cnvll le .,, 32 565 33 """"' ....... JaekfOnvn e ,.., .. 3 Oollu ...... 4 sanJou ...... .. """' 51.89% N Yonc 5 1.38" 1 """"''""' .....,..,._ ....... N&.v Cf\ean& 47.7$% Cl>lcoo> 47.5'% 1 0 .... ... 11 Nqw 4207% 12 """'"" 41.27'% 1 3 _, ...... 14 40.35% """""" ....... 1 8 3 7 74% 11 37 .60% 1 8 John.,tcwn 3$,U% 19 ,...,. 38.1 3% 20 ...... 35.5 1 % 21 ....... 3a91% 22 Miami ,.,.,. 23 ""''" 32 ,14% Otn.Yer ,.,..,. 25 CICY'91 a n d 30. 14'i ,. 0 -29.67% 2'1 St. L C!i s 29.H% 28 F\. Laudetd:tl& 27. 74% 2B Pl!!st:ur 9h 2353!1 .. 23.13% 31 f'.lhl Boaell 22.16% 32 ...... 20.51% 33 2 ... .... 3 san Jete 5<.43l4 cora. 5 ""'"',..,. 46,. t1'1fo StnOiego ....... 7 ............ ... .... &Ktamenlo 31 7G% """""" 3 3 .2$.% 10 "'"'Ooloo" 32.2!. 11 rem,. 29 .117% -... '24 .19'% t3 24.1-"% 14 s eaW& 2270% t 5 I'WNHaYen ,. .... 11 oayooo 20 .12% 18 West Pal m Bfoa:tl 1UMil .. M"810 111.15% .., 18.&"'% 21 J.IIOMi \7.56% 22 .,.. .... ...... ., Sl ..,. 1$.3S% 24 f.!ohMioWI'I \41.21% 25 15..43-% ,. 13.64" Z7 Allar.t.a "" NewYol1< 13. 13% 12.81. 30 CltW!an a 12.11% 31 wa;hin!l(cn. o c 9 24% 3 2 """"'"" 7 ...... 33 11 t!pf I p

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This section provides a graphical SUllllll3t)' of demographics, j ourney-to-work characteristics employment and economic data, and central city and Uiban fringe information. A four-page layout i s provided for the United States and each urbanized area in the countJy that has some type of fixed guideway service. One pag e is devoted to each of the information categories summarized below. NO TE S: 1 The data presented in some figures do not total 100 percent due to rounding 2. ln some instances, complete urbanized area names are not pr o vided due to limited space in header. ___ 13

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. ,,...,, l!aol$,..,.. 1'"' It 7..,. 10 .. ,,.,.. JO"r- f&c.St,..,. Lflot ca.. u.ooo SMOOtest,m S10.001 .. St4,m SJS.OOO tol19,, S%6.000 su,m !1:5.000 Ut,,. '!!!!!!!! mooo "'""' $4t-OOO .... ,,.,. l$t,OOO .. """" ---m AGE [H) m t,a .......... ,... .. ..,. __ ..... .. _...,.. -a,...... ............. ,,._ RATIO v ...... ,. .st ... ? :t.s ... tt I.OI .. I.U 1.1$ .. .. 1.$01111,?4 1.?.5toU9 1 ..... 14 LEVEL RACE ,._ ... .........

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......... """ ;1ac.HMnee Ill 15 w.. ... ...... ... .... ...._. Jttt......W tO .. ,, ..... HltUMiftlltltt tt or mlnulln WotWMI!o.. II IN ttl.blt ... IJ. ..... .wt,_ ..... ........... .....

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-.. __ .....,. ---SOURCES OF INCOME lii ...... r.uu:. a....... .......... .....tc. -ltf d ....... ....... ,_ POPULATION AND WORKER DENSITY 16 lfpf I I

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POPULATION DENSITY 17

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,.,.... SJs,_. .... ",.... IOr.U,_. )0 ...... ,..,. 4, .. ,,_ 60 ..... ,._.. ,.,_. w ...... $$,000 '"'"""'"' Slo,.ootflt Stt,m Sls,.tOO .. ,,, SM.OOOu.,, Su,tOO tit S:lt;t?t UO,,IO .. """" s..o... .utm S$0-llts.ff-'H ""'"'--m RATIO OF INCOME TO V.$0 .$0 ... 7 1 $ .. ., 1.ot .. t.U USioUt I.SOte1.7t '''""' u*-'-----.,... ,. ... ..... -...-"' ..... ,_. .......... ..... ..-...... c-u-.-, ... ? ..... --,,.._. 18

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""""' 19 ..... ..... 10 mlllllkf 2t -2:9 alllllfWinl lO .. tO .. .... ..... "to8!) ..... 11W 1t or mon 1QJ11ullu U:OO to t:S9 a:aa. ,:00 to 6:59 .... 7 001o1:$? 1:00 II!II:Sit ..... 10:00 n:OO to U:Sh.IIL 12:00 to p .m. :OO .. U::S\tp.ID. VEHICLES PER HOUSEHOLD ' .h' I 1

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--,._, SOURCES OF INCOME ---,_,.....,. .... w.-..,... ._.. ... ..... C'Mifl d I ..... r.uu ........... ,...... ...... --.... u., ... 10 ..... "' .. ., .... ,.._ .,_ o:,:: _______ _, 10 hi I I

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Orlum Ill!! POPULATION DISTRIBUTION Ill!! POPULATION DENSITY --anA --------------------ll

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.. . .. ; '""':._ .... .. ,... ,,..,,_.. .,,.... .. ,,_.. lt,.... .... $,,..... a .,.,_. ... -...... s.s..QMIII. "-"' ..... ".., SLlHIS1J"" IE!;; --..,... .. $)f., .............. ,, J.H,elt llt$9,m "'"'-m .__,. 3t. U .7:SIItM ......... us .. t." 1.5tl.74 1 ,7$11) 1,, : ..... &.-.... ,.., .... ...._ -._ ...... ...,.. ............ -CA ....................... -----,. ........... ...... ,,._ -LEVEL ll

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23. t..c-. rb.aelO ..to..- 1010 ., ....... 20102, ........ JO II) J' talaldu IIIIWutn: Wc.bdatlM-.

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SOURCES OF INCOME ....... ...,. ---.. ,._ "''" ("ewwo Mw .... 1'k4wl9 ... c...... F.Ut..t:. ... ...,........,..,. -Et;zd .. ......._ QcMrpofwl ,.. ........ ..... .,_ POPIJLATION AND WORKER DENSITY

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. : . .. IU.I POP ULATION DENSITY -Jib.. ->1. ----25

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....... ... ,,.... """,.,.. l'tD,_.. ,. .. ,,.,.. ..... .. M,_. ... ,_, ... .... ss,... S$,000 .. ,,,., $1t,OOtSJ .. fM $1$-00tStt,, uo.oetsu."' 10 St9.""' mooeu'"' ,... .. s.,,m ""'* '""' uo..wo ..... AGE m I,.M ... ,..,.... ,... .. ....... ...... RIP.....,.....,. ,_...,.. ..... .. ___ --...... ....... ----,,__ .. ,__ RATIO ...... .so .so ... """'" I.OO .. l,Jf 1.$0 111>1.14 J.1S IIIIo I.M J.OO-'- NO'n= ,.......,.,.. ,. hlllrlilb' _,_SIZ."flal,.,. 26 LEVEL

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' 21 '-_ ........ .......... .... u ...... lOll )f ..... ... .... .. ., ...... ""'_ ......... W.to:.dM..._. Jtl0t .. l f l5J LIII. 1J l 00 .. 11 :5JLIII. VEIDCLES PER HOUSEHOL D I ,,, I 1

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......... SOVRC:ES OF INCOME ---,_,......,..., LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION ... ... 0 1 I tr .. f.lU ........... ...,.._.._.. -" ............ Polllloc .............. ._ J., .... lt-19-Sflll., .... ,.._

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. : < ............ l.'.'.tl POPULATION DENSITY c.. .... .,., Z9 hi I I

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1m AGE -.._ ... ,. ..... ''-"r-e ,.. .. u .. .,..... ...... ,, ... ,,.... ,... __ l 011t! 9,_. ,_ ........... >OJ9r- ---" .. ---'5-f TMI' c ......................... [11] -.... ----,_ A.atloa. ,..,..., ...... ""'"'-,.....,0,... Lt" ... -$.,-'OOOSMH -S lO.OM S l._, Sl:t ,OOtSlt.m SlO,ottSU399 -\lMotSu.m SJO,oot .. SJ9,, ,_ $40,oot .. "'"" ssot,OOO .. '"" ---.. ,.._ ,_,_a....... m [!J RATIO LEVEL V*"-'0 -'O IIt 7<11 .. ,., 1.00 .. 1 .2.4 J.lj: .. ... Nott.: r......n, """' ,.,,....,.,f __ I.'J'S U9 sn,,.,,. .. ,..,_ J.OOaH-i ....... 30 llpf I 2

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M.U orr oub\ckf CCCI pll l PLACE 011 WORK 31 Ltlllao 1t ........ .. 10 .. ., .... """ :tliO 29 .......... .H .. lf.autu 4010$911111.D .... .. ., ....... Horliii)Aalolllltt .... 7:00 f91:S:t .... t:.tOfiOo .. ., ..... t;(lt .. ';$? .... JO:OO tol0:5? a.aa. J1:00toll:9a.-. lltOO Ia lt$9 p.m. Ul.59 p.m. WoriLHalb-VElllCLES PER HOUSEHOLD

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lHJ -,._ SOURCES OF INCOME ---- ..... ....... ............ ....,....,.. --1:4" r s ,....,... oa.f"ler ........ ....... ,__ 32 J., ... 10.1, .... 2011t4J,.._

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POPtJLATION DENSITY 11! -----

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(h) AGE ....... lAn ... Mp4t s.s,..,. "' 11t 1 z .,.., 4llld-lllt,..n ..... --lt ... ",..,. 30111J1,_., ,_......, ...... .... st,.,. A_._...,.. -... ... ,.,.. .......... I1IJ W>Oo ,.. ---,_ .... ....... .,__ U.tCU.S!,M ss.ooo .. u ,,., S IO,OOOU&.,., S U,OOOSI,M $lO,ootloSU-m m,OOt '"-"' SJO,otO ... ,-'" S40,oot .. u t-"' SS),OOO .. UM Ut,OOI_.. ,.,__. m RATIO O F INCOME TO P O VERTY L EVEL ""'"' $01o. ? t ,,, .. , U Oio i.N U..$1ol.., 1 .$0 .. 1,?4 1 .?SioJ.O MOll! P...t1...,.. r.re...,.,.__ SU,6,. .. 1,_, 3 4 -

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, --oft o.rtPctc W=nlcSe MSA -'" ....lb... ....... .35 ............ 10toS9 ..... u-.1.,.._... ... .-.rtH "fila>, ...... ... ., ......... fO OJ -DdDVIII'I 11!=...------j VEHICLES PER HOUSEHOLD -I 1

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-,._ --, .... ,_,... ........... w .-..,...,... .. .. ,. ... ..... ....... r J.JU ........... -ltr" ...... oca.,.:feell I ................. .,_ .... ) ...... .... ... .... ... ,.._ ...

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CtolrdCirf POPULATION DENSITY 37 "5. I I

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51ol5y,n ''tol9yn l0tol9)'Hn 30tonyNn 40IO.s9)'1'01n 60tOf'y .. n 6$+yon .... Wn
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Wol!looldoMSA orru "'c. un plan 39 l,.u ..... 10 ...... t t .. ,. .. ......... o ""'' ....,.,..,. 60 .. ., ....... ,., ................... WorU.II'-IOtOO to IOtS9IUIL U:t0fllloo11:S' IJ;0011t3e$ P.D. .. VEWCLES PER HOUSEHOLD 1 '

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,_ .... -,._ --- ... MYdul lloc ,,..,., uw c-, ...... ... f'.I.R.t. ........... -,. 0 ........ 0.. '"""' ..... 40 Pu.Mc........,...... .,... l .. ... IOIt_.. 20 ... --f!pft I 1

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IN.l .[I] POPULATION DISTRIBUTION POPULATION DENSITY 41

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.. ,,..,,. $to l$y..rt t6co '"'"" 2 0col9y.n JOc.ol? )'111'1 o&OCQ" ,. .. ,. 6i)(464 )'HO 101.0 UIIJU>d
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PLACE OF WORK 43 lOOJIJ.,_.. lt-.19.-... ,. .. ........ ... .. ., ........ 90 __ ......._. Worktdatb ... E;l VEHICLES PER HOUSEHOLD I 1

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,.._ -,._ w .... ....., ---iil ...... F.UU. ........................ --u 3 ....... oca. ,...,.. f ., ......... ....,.... ........ POPULATION AND WORKER DENSITY ,_,..__. .... 44 ,., ...... 10 ... .... tt .... ,.._ 0.. 0.:.::--------' "''I 1

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LAND AREA TOTALS 1.'.'. DISTRIBUTION LAND AREA ...... POPULATION DENSITY ..&.-_' ____ 45 .liz I I I

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. ,,_, .. ,,,...... ,, .. ,,..,. ... ,_.. lt .. '"""" .... ",.... u .... ,... ... .,.... I,Ana-$.S,OOt $.5,000 .. Jt,,., .. ut.m $ 1 0.001 su.m mooo .. su,, $lt,POt .. Slt,,., S4t.,OOO .. Soft,, S51,.t00 .. W-"' uo.ooo-RATIO I!Mw.st .st ... '? .. 7 $ ... utu US M t uo .. ,.,.., 1 .7$ .. 2.0 2Aitu.lAGE m La. ... ,. ... ,.. .. u .,.., .. ,.._. ......... ...,.. .,_...,.. ,_., ..... .. .,.. ----A tiMw P.trkl ........ ,..,_ ,,..._. .. ,.._. POVERTY LEVEL t.l .... .. l(.c..W""'---Ntt .. w-tora ,,, I 1

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c .... rubUc ... ..... drp&IOl 47 lO l81n"'-' JOitlt .... IIIW HtoDIIIIIJuiQ SOlo U ..... lllln 401059 ......... ..,..,., ......... 1)0 01' ..,.,... ......... Worbllar bOIDt U:OOttio4:SJ..-. &toto'="..-. 1:t0--" .... .... jl:fO 10:00 Q) IO:Sta.ra. t 2;00 10 )Q9, ...... .. VEHICLES PER HOUSEHOLD 1

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-< ,._ -LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION .. ..... .. FJ.R. .................. -' -OtiMf ,.,..,.. ....... .............. ....,._ 06w ...... IOIItlt_.. 3011t4 .... ,.._ .._a:.;:. _______ _. GnR -------------------48 "'' I 1

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[l1;!] POPULATION DENSITY WORKER DENSITY .i-( GnR -------------------49

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<.Syn Sto ISyH .. n lOto,?y"'" .lOtOJ,ynn "0to!Wyttl" 601tl64ynr. ,,...,. .. .. ...... [..,..JII b l ll S$,(100 U,OOOtoS 9 ,,., $U>.000to$H ,!)J:f Sl$,000 eo ftM Slo,oooeou ... m uo.ooo eo UM" f..tO.OOOto$4?,m SM.OOOeo"?,H't m AG E [II] G ENDER m Ltulhn 1):,..11 ncndo.llOdi!Mom SleJl wllool pe.dueV So.t rolltc., no chef" -'--''-d"V" lt(h.eor"'6fc;fM Qr.4u'-or pl'l)......_.l .,...,.... EDU CATIO N LEVEL RA C E HOUS EHOLD SIZE RATI O O F IN COME TO POVERTY LEVEL Undw ..00 .soto.74 ... 1. 00 Cot.24 1.2Sto t..., 1.$0to 1 .74 UUo2. 0 2.00 a t'ld OYer NOT&: for flu n lly or to u r -.. tU, 61 4hl"' Wlll'lollle m.oblllt'; llftllt:Mion EmpiO)'t'd u n pi O')'ed Noll l'lta bor _______ _, so z'' z

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Ortr.Alone w.lk Work at hom PRIV ATE VEIDCLE OCCUPANCY 3ptnon (lrpool WIH'bd la,WMSA ill cmtnl p Cli! ... ,.. ... "91 II)U qUidC tt:nt1 p l aoo PLACE OF WORK 51 l .us Wll t O lOw 29 tlll nuc. 30tolt .. lluta 60 to 11 11'1111-'u !10 or "''"' mlnu&ou TRAVEL TIME TO WORK WQfttdathOm lil::::..-------j !I DEPARTURE TIME TO WORK U:G0tof:$,t.m. 51;(10 W St$.? ""' 7:00to7:$,..,. s:oGtolt$? m. tm to 't$.? ...... lO:OOto lOt$? 1 .m, 11:00"> ws? ....... f:OOto 11:59 p.m. Workodathomo ________ _J VEIDCLES PER HOUSEHOLD

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Now(orktn SOURCES OF INCOME [ffi LABOR FORCE PARTICIPA 110N [I] EMPLOYMENT BY INDUSTRY CoMtrrtt,.CQirlll( T nMPOftlllllon COmlftu.kt. Uolll .U-d r .uu. Bu..ln-tlld ,..II' Nrvlu Bftlltll_..... .. Othtl' .... Milt drnlnlltn.Uon ..... "" ill HOUSING UNITS PER STRUCIJTRE 52 """ ..... )109 ...... IOto 1'1 .... 201o0WIIIt ,.._

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..... [W] POPULATION TOTALS LAND AREA TOTALS UrMn l'rint-IN.I POPULATION DISTRIBUTION LAND AREA DISTRIBUTION C tntrl Cll)' IN.I . POPULATION DENSITY 53

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.,,_. s-.n,_.. 2ot.z,,_, Hs,,_, ., .. ,,_.. 60 .... ,_. ,,..,_. lM .... $$.oot ",toO .. """ JlOMtflt$1.., .JlS.000$1'"" Slt.OOO S:M,H't S)UOOm.m """'"'"" uo.ttow.m uo, .... _.. .$0 ... 7. ,,, .. , 1.00 .. 1.14 us .... ., l.$01ol.74 1.7:u. z o 2 ...... AGE m I,-. ca. tell ... ,. ... ra. .......... !Qclo...,.,........ .. ..,.. -............... (; .......................... -....... -.. TO POVERTY L EVEL 54 ,_,_11_....

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.......... ..JIL.._ ....... ss Ltn ... 10m.toul:tl 10 to 19 IIDIDUCin 20toUIIIIDutu $0 .. ,,...._. om5t ............ 60to0 .... "IN' more ..W... W.n:HM"'-VEHICLES PER HOUSEHOLD

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.. SOVRCES OF INCOME ---,_,_,.._.. .... O...p"" 11 56 ,., ... lt.l, .... lt .. ., ... ... .,... =--------'

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e lt!lil POPULATION DENSITY ..._,.,. 57 hi I I

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.. ,,_. ... ,,_ .... .,,.,. 2011tD,_, HIll'",_. .o .. ,,... .... ,.,. -Lcu.._SS,NO $$.ON lit nm SIO,ootSl'-"" SIS.oot .. su.m Slo,oot .. u"-"" su,ootsu.m l.M,OOI .. S U,, $4t,oot .. ,..,,, sst,ooo .. "'"" ut.ooo-RATIO -... $ ... . 15 lit" JAOIItJ U USJA' ue .. l.14 t.?S .. l.t 'LOG ....... AGE m ._. .... ,..,... ,. 11t tMII ......... .....,_ ..,. __ ....... --8aodlc6Dr'r ..,_ .. ,..,.""-1...,.. ....... ... ---A-..P..tflrl ..... .. TO POVERTY LEVEL \\ ...... ...,. ........ t: .. LEVEL $1M14111l'" ----WidMIII.....,. ........ ... 58 \In= ''' lip. I p

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59 L.ntba11110........, 1 ... ....... tte.t:t ........ ... Jt.-...... 9 ....... attlllllnlliN "---"'*' w ..-. .. a:.=-------1 .. :

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-,._ ---,_,_ ......... ................. ---.. -tu......-. 0.. .... 1 .. 60

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' . : LAND AREA TOTALS Vrtl1oll f'l'tap IN.I POPULATION DISTRIBUTION IU.I POPULATION DENSITY DENSITY ...JIL._. GnA ------------------61

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< 5yf'ln '10 Ctl 29 )'HN .Wto.ltyltln 4(110$.9ynn '-'"1"" ,... Ltu IMA S5,000 ss.oooc.on.nt $ 11),000110$14.?99 S15,1lflOtoS19 ,9W s.lM0010$2?,m SJO.ti0010S39 m $-tO,OOOt0$4?,m $.<1},000to$$,?n S6Q.OOO or fiiOfl m AGE [HJ GENDER ROUSEROLD INCOME tlln 9lb 1ih10 120tC"6a.MdlpCQfM 81"' Khool Cfld11'&..ot fouo Wlilhovllll'lOtllllfy llmltltlon 62 -un-pl(l)...t Not Ito ltbor ro r(!l

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MODE CHOICE Ollwrmcena PRIVATE VEHICLE OCCUPANCY Oehcrme.u rurk"d lrulf MSA '" p PLACE OF WORK 63 TRAVEL TI!\IE TO WORK "-d.talO mlniiC., tO lO 19 rnlnvc.t' 10 Co 29 mlnuw mlnutu 40to59mlnut.. 60 to 89 mlnuca 90 tw mort min.,.. n DEPARTURE TIME TO WORK U:QO to 4l1t "'"'' (1:00 ..... 7 :001o7;$ ..... 8!00 to 8!D ..... !1:00 to 9'.S9 un. 10:59t.m. U:00lo:IU:$J.m. 11:00Co3:$1p.m. 4:00 to U:$tp.m. Wort...,tl.._. E;] VEHICLES PER HOUSEHOLD

PAGE 71

SOURCES OF INCOME SOCIII ltubtlt dmf.....,UOII. """' POPULATION AND WORKER DENSITY HOUSING UNITS PER STRUctJ'I'RE f'UIInl p o r ........ mil 64 1 111111 2 unlb Ho,unllll tOto 201(14hlllao ... nilll ""

PAGE 72

Ctn tral Cll,y llbl POPULATIO N DENSITY a.trICI't ........... -65 .., I

PAGE 73

<$,.... 1JS,_w 16111tiJ,.... 20teu,_. )0 Ill ,_, tO",_.. ... ,_ .... -L.ett.._SMOO .,. ... """' sto,... .. ,,...., SIUtOSIJ-"' S:MMttnt.m tlSMOaW.m no.SJt-"' uo ..... s.,.m uo."'"" 160.--AGE v .... -50 i .$01o.74 .75tlt3t Uf US to I ... t.:H .... .. ,,, .. ..,, z.otaa,._ ......... ,..,.... ,. .. IIGI ......... .,_ ............ .,.._ .. .... An .... ..,_ .......... ..,.. -----.. ,__ ,..,_,_H........,

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Wo-,.,.,., MSA ohttilkMC '" i:CMnl ..... 67 tOthdolllU .... if-- 30to3911111DaCru o to st Dllllueu CIO toD ll:liMkf 90w_...._, WWbcl:atlloiiiMI 11!"'------l DEPARTURE n:OOI04!59a.ca. S;OOtoS:$9 .. -. ftOOtoei:Da.aa. 1:00l07'.59illo& ltOOtot;$,.. 9:00 lo ... 10:00tol0:$h.aa. 11:0010Jl:Sta.a U:OO 10 3tS9 p.-. 4:to .. JI:9p.11L VEHICLES PER HOUSEHOLD 1 lzl I I

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, ,._ SOURCES OF INCOME w ... ....., ---,_ __ .. 0 ..... ,,_,., 5 c .,_ ......... ,,.,..._..._ -I_..._ 0.. '"""'""-' .......... ....,kt' 1 I a ,_ 68

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. IN.I POPULATION DISTRIBUTION m POPULATION DENSITY ..JJ&r ____ 69

PAGE 77

-sts,_.. J, .. lt,..... ... ",..,.. JOnr-n 4fst}Mn """'.., ... ,_ ..... ss.eoo SMMU.m StO,OOflaSI4,., $15,ootSl'-'"' uo,ottsu.m us.m,., m,ootsm S40.00t .. S$0,00ts.st.MJ uo.OM .. _. lm AGE [II] m ......... ,. ... ,. .. u ............. --,_....._ ...... At ............ c ........ ,...-.. .......... ----,,.._ ,,.._ .. ,.._ ,_, .. a......, RATIO OF INCOME TO POVERTY LEVEL 1: .... $ .soto.n .7Sto.tf uo .. u . u ..... t.$0 to 1.'141 M:ltd. O :.ot.u ..... 1\'0nt r--o...,... .... ,...,fll,__ lll,61411al,.,, .. ....,._....., ........ l'-fllil:M f't .. ........ hrw ""'--------' 70

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;r.r: orm e outsld.e MSA 0 71 l..ullwiiO .......... 10 ... tlliiiUkl: 1011t:l9 ........ JOa.:Jt ......... ..... ... .,...,.,., " -adD-.. Workdlt"--I I .. . :: PER HOUSEHOLD

PAGE 79

,._ SOURCES OF INCOME ---hblk ...... ........ ... LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION ... ..... .. -F.l.R.&. Jtlllllllfft ... "'* ........... --1 ... ,...._ oe-,...,.. ............. ....... ,.... zllp. I p

PAGE 80

IN. I POPULATION DISTIUB(JTJON rn POPULATION DJ:NSITY --.. 73 z"n! I I

PAGE 81

If to lf)'MA 10&o2'y .. n )0">391"'" 40 $(1 :59,. .. ,.
PAGE 82

!\lODE CHOICE Drin.UO. PJUV ATE VEHICLE OCCUPANCY W*"'"mi4MIJA PLACE OF WORK 75 l..mlfl n 1 0-.tnv'"' f.O 1b 19 *'""uttJ 1060 n mlnuw JOibJ?rnlnvw .0 c.o $ ? mlnvw < o I? min..-. SO vr mon min..,, TRAVEL TIME TO WORK Wotktd .. llllfl'lt 1::_ ____ -j DEPARTURE TIME TO WORK I:I.:
PAGE 84

IN.l POPULATION LAND AREA TOTALS """""" Cw.'lrll C ity POPULATION DENSITY WORKER DENSITY 77

PAGE 85

..:5r- SllfiS,..,. ltDJI,,_. :u. .. JOe.",_. 40.,,.., 'fllllf.l,..,. ... ,_, ..... .... lMOOt.Jt.m SIO,OOit. Sl'-"" SU,ootSl,.m S20 ,00tU4.m $1$.ootSt'-'" SJO,ooe .. Ut.m sq ... s.,,., S5t,080 .. --RATIO "_ ... $ ... .. ?S .. J.OOJM LU"'1..4' 1.50.14 J.7S .. l .. 1.00tM-' AGE ""'' ... "" """ ,. .. u .......... ..,._ .... ,_....., .. ..._ .. __ ............. C........wfftl6tt..._....,_ m ...... NO'I"t: f.-tJ ._. ,........,., ...... $1. %.'?4 .. 1'" ..._ __ ------,,.._. .. w. ...., ......... -... w.._._...,...,...._ii u ., Ntl ...... """ 78 .lip\ I 1

PAGE 86

WorkM,_t 79 Left CU. 10 miDIIh:r 10 ... IDioula :o "u ti:IIAUicl 401o$t ............ 0 __ ... "'" Worb\tldb.-TIME TO VEWCLES PER HOUSEHOLD .... I

PAGE 87

-,_,..,..,. ..... ........ r J R.r. ...................... -. -Ollw,.,..,.. ...... ,..... ...... 80 ......... wp 'I ... ,., ... l, .. ., ... 10 ... .... ,.._ ... o.:..:;. ___ __ .....J

PAGE 88

- [X] POPULATION DENSITY 81 ;,. I 1

PAGE 89

.. ,... ., ... ,,.... J'MJJ,_. to eon,_.. )010),,_, .... 60 .... ,.... ... ,_, .... -t.t. ... ., $MOO""' StUOO .. Slt,m Sls,ooo .. nu" RO,OOtSU.m JU.ootSDm SJO,ooe"'"" S60,000IOS4,,m SS),OfiOIOn,, ........ .$0 ... 1f ,,, .. ,, MOUt U.$101.0 J.$0tol.1f J.?5toU 1 ....... AGE rm m ......... ,. .... 90101r. .............. .,.. __ ,_ ............. _...., ............... en ....... ... ---A.-whdlkl._.._ ,,.._ -.. ..._,. ... ,......, ... ......, ...... u ...... .......... _...., ........ iiiiiii .............. 82 -b' I 1

PAGE 90

........ --83 .._ .... ....... ..... ..... 1 tt ..... JOiif:W---. u-..... ................ W wkr4.t'".. n : u ..... tl!OittJ!$t,.. .......... !Jf,... ' ....... ._ l!!;.... _______ .J .... 1 VEHICLES PER HO USEHOL D I l izl I 1

PAGE 91

SOURCI!S OF INCOME w .... ......,. ---[iii AIJr.I.R.t. ... ............... --u .... ......... o....,. .... 1 .... ,.... ........ ..... 00. FOPv:t..ATION AND WORKER DENSITY ,_,..,....,. ..... 84 ,, I 1

PAGE 92

IN.I POPULATION DENSlTY --........... 8 5

PAGE 93

.,,_. $!1tJ$,-n t411t1-',_, lO .. n,_, ..... .... ,.., ..,...,_. u. ..... S$,000 Ss.tNU-"' Uo..tM Sl..., US. ... SI-'"" SNIMt11tSU-"' Su.tOO m.m uo.ttt .. w,., wo ..... S4,,., ., ....... .,,.,., UO.ott-RATIO ''"'"" J.MJ.J.t LUtHAJ uo .. u AGE m w ..... ,..,.... ,. .. ......... ...... ..,.. __ ......... .. ..... ,_, ..... en-. ............. .,... ----tlldfk ........ --LEVEL 86 RACE SIZE __

PAGE 94

87 1t .. l9 .. utu 4o010Sf111111DUIIU 6010.,WI1DUDI: Ill'" 90or.-111Wdor W..t.dalbGM VEHICLES PER HOUSEHOLD l!pl I 1

PAGE 95

-.. SOVRCES OF INCOME ---w--..,... .-. .. .. ..... -..... r.I.R.l. ......................... a...,.... ...... lll ............. .. ..... J ....... to .. l, ... 20 .. ... ,.._ .,_ ""'--------' ... I I I

PAGE 96

..... POPULATION DENSITY 89

PAGE 97

.. ,_. s .. u,_.. ., .,,.... .. ,_. .... ,,_. .... ,,_. .... H,_. ,,.,_. ..... _._ t:S,Mt ... ,.. 11 ....... 11.., --S':lUotW"" ._ .. .,.,.. ............ ,., .,. ..... s,s,.m ....... --,. .. ,,.. , ., uo .... u 1.2.5111> I U 1.!&.14 t n .. u uo ...... AGE m ... ,_., .,,.., -ltU'N II''" La._,. ... ,. ....... ...._ ................. ._ .............. ................. -c,..._..,..,.. .......... ----.. ....... ...., ....... 'iii! -....... ,.,.4 ........... ,... ip! I 1

PAGE 98

_L mnA ---------------------91 L"tm.IO...U.tdtt 1 0 to 19 IJIIIudcf 20 11:1 u 'llllludtl IIIIIIMit "1lt., .-..n ... _,......,... Wwbd.tb.-lO:OOtol0:$9*-ns. I?.K1 I.SZ.I VEHICLES PER HOUSEHOLD l l .. Vdl l d uhrllou..., -bl I I

PAGE 99

-,._ SOUR CES O F IN COME --,..._,_ .-. ... c .... 1 Ma* .. '""""" 1 n c.-. ..., .,._ P J ,R.I. ''* ........ ..,...-n-1'---.......... o.. .......... ., ... .. ... ... ...... ,.._ 91 nizl I 1

PAGE 100

I.' h i POPULATION DISTRIBUTION IU.I POPULATION DENSITY 93

PAGE 101

. ,,_. .... ,. ..... s .,,.... ,.. .. n ..., .. ..,_. .. ",..,.. I_........, u,.... ,__..... .. ..,_ ,. .. ,,..,.. ..-an,_,.. .-.... .. ",.,.. -. .... ... ,... c"..._. ....,......_.....,.. [II] W>Oo ...__ N--......... ..... ........ .,__ ......... $$,100 s..s ...... Sf, -SU,MOC.$1t,m U0 ...... $14,, ,,._ us.-.. m..m SJO,OMmm ,,.._ uo,oees.t.m u.,ooo.-. ... u .. m tl o.,_-50 .50 ... 'JSC.., J.OOe.u USLA' 1.50.7' t..""' :a.oo ....... i- i:t I 7 ....... 94

PAGE 102

MSA ce oirii5ae Itt 95 Leu tMill..r..m 10t91J..,.. .... ...... .... '0 to,, adDIIffr E;l VEHICLES PElt HOUSEHOLD 1 1 z'zl I I

PAGE 103

-,._ ------ .. .... M I 'Willie Tn.aa; u I c-. I t .. . uu. .............. ...,... --. $ ._..... ................. _.... tlllk .... 2 ..... """' ,_ .. ...... ..... .... 2 ... ., ... -1!pl I 1

PAGE 104

POPULATION DENSITY -- ____

PAGE 105

.. ,.... .. ,_,,_.. Jhalt,..,.. lt .. ff,_. Jt .. ,.,_.. .... ,.,_.. .... w,..,.. ... ,.... WI 111M $.MOO "*""" $10,NOC.SI._, US,tiO CltSI.t_, UO,tiO tit 5.U.J" ns,tiO c.s,.m >.OMut.m uo.o.tl41.m uo.ooo-RATIO u .. .,-'0 -'Oit. 74 '" UOC.1.24 I.2SD1o Ut UOc.1.1'4 1.'t$ .. l.e 1.00 ..... AGE m ,..12 ............ en ...... .. ,,... ,...,... ........ N---,,.._ -""" .... ., .......... ,..., ... --liiiiiiiiii.:i --w...... ....., ....... "-"' ........ ,_ 98 "zt I I

PAGE 106

....... w ... a,:.,.._ ' >.>>'u', -----99 .... )) ........ ttl .. ..,. ..... JO to J!) adDUI I U """lfllllDUfQ 60 .. 19 IDIIIUIIU 1)0 or _,.. mlal*t Werbdnllo .. VEHICLES PER HOUSEHOLD .. '" Vcbldu Per llounii.W "pi I 1

PAGE 107

... -. -,._ -- s a .. r.l.JU.......... -oa..r, .......... ,..,. ....... POPULATION AND WORKER DENSITY w.w.,... ....... 100 7Cp. I 1

PAGE 108

TOTALS IU.I POPULATION lllSTRIBUTION IU.I POPULATION DENSITY 101 riz& I I

PAGE 109

.. ,_, .. .,,_. ... ,,_.. tOJJ:r-t JOU,_.. ost,_, .. u,_, .,.,_. .... -L
PAGE 110

w,..,.,.., ... MSA or rUYmu 103 lAo 1ttdhQIIllh lG ton lllltiUllu JP ton ....,..,.. fOto".W."* 60 to., llllludn ,0 or lll.on WoM'bdtf.._ l4i9a.l VEHICLES PER HOUSEHOLD '

PAGE 111

-,._ SOURC"iS OF JNCOMII ---hbUcant.._ . -.,.. ......... ... ,._ ..... -(' 3 ..... .. -r.uu ........... ,......,_ -aa., ...................... ...... 104 --0.. .. ,_ '"".. .., .... ,.._

PAGE 112

:-: 1... POPULATION DENSITY ------------------lOS ----------

PAGE 113

.. ,_. ... .. ",_. tO,_. 30 .. ,_. .o",_. 60 .. ... _. r. ....... $$,.100 "-"-"" .. su.eoo 'n-"' SH.OO& .. su"" UMIO "Slt"" MMOWt,m SH.tOOS,S,-"' 540.----... st ... ?t .15 ... l.ot .. I.U J,J;$ .. 1.49 1.5f .. l,14 J,?$ .. 1.0 uo--m NOTIEt t-.o ..... .. ,....,., ....... SllAo,. .,_,.,, ......... ,.,... ,. ... : .. ......... -,_......, ....... .. ___ ............. ........ --N--,,.._ .. ,.._ .. ... 106 -"' ......... ,..

PAGE 114

.......... 107. Lta .... 10 llll.aiMf lOtlllfiJdi!UIV lO "'" mlaUliH JO tel 39 mlal.dltl o "'st IIIIIWit 40 "'" ..w...t '0 r -lllbullltl UMlll:tM..-. $:fl)flo)$:$t .... 6Mo.:Sta.a. 7:Gt0.1:, .... J::ttO)t;Da.a. f:41)flo)':" .... 10:00 '" 10:, a.na. UtOOII:IJI:SJa. I UO II) p.IIL ...... u;g,,...., VEHICLES PER HOUSEHOLD

PAGE 115

----iil c-a r Job ....... rn.., 1 1 C H.._ ..... r.l.a.L ........ ...,..,....,. -Etl ,.,.._,.... a.., ............ ,... ....... POPULAnON AND WORKER DENSITY ........... .._. .... ...JIL._ """' 108 .lip. I I

PAGE 116

m POPULATION DENSITY 109 ---------

PAGE 117

s .. n,.,. "t t,.... .. u ,.... Jot .. ,,,.,.. .., .. ,,,.... ...... ,.,.. ....... ... -'-ca.SS.OOO S$,0M .. """' SICIMO.,IIt,H't SUMO S "-"' tHI,.OOOs.:u.m sl$,000aol1t.m UOMt .. a;.m ,.. ...... "'"" S.SOM$$1J1' uo ..... _. AGE m l..Rt._._..,.. ,. .. za.,.. .. ..,.._ ..,. __ s-.............. "'_......,_ -er. ...... f"'I!H ........... ---AtlllltP-*1 ..... -,,._ RATIO treW.$0 ... '" uou us ..... l$tt1 74 1 '7$ .. 1.0 2.00-- l'iOTI: ,.....,..,... fwn..I:Jfi'-SU-''141111"' ......,. ......... ... tl ,.., .. 110 iz' I I

PAGE 118

Ill tat lllw!IO 111111Uitf 'l0191J.._.n a a.,.-... 4to.$J-..... "to H ... .,.. ,., or IIOWI' l:lllllldiU Worbtlalb..,.. U:00to4:,a.D;L 5;ot a St59 L11L .. 6:Sh.m. 7:00 to 1:U a.-. .... 10:00 .. 10:$tt.11L 11:00 lei U:Sh . a 11:00 1ol:S' p..aa. f:001011:$?p.m. WotWttbcoe l7i"'\l VEIDCLES PER HOUSEHOLD 1 ' h I 1

PAGE 119

,.,_ ,._ SOl.IRCES OF INCOME w..,. ... ....., ---LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION .. ..... -M...,.tllil ,.... I....._ ('== c d .. ... LtlL a....... .................. -oa..r,"'*"....., ................ 112 Plllllk........,.... .,._

PAGE 120

_.., lliJJ POPULATION DENSITY --...JIL._ mna ---------------------113 -------------------izf I 1 ---------------------

PAGE 121

.,,... .,,_,. lhlf,_,. Mn,_,. .. ,,_.. ... ,,_,. ...... ,_. ....... .__._ SUIIID.m ,,.,_ .. n.., s.s.-sn.m .............. us.- "',.,., SlUMSJt,,.,. ut,.Mt .. If'"" .,.,... .. ,.,. uo ..... _. m RATIO ,_.,. .,. . u """' t ..... u. U.S Ill us U011tl.1f 1.1'5 .. u :.00-'""' ......... ,..,... .................. --._ .......... .. .... -.............. ... ......... .... --.. ........ lltiJ I .. Htl ...... ... .,..,.. .... ....... ... 114 -"" .......... .,. I 1

PAGE 122

""""' w ... Worbd MSA o[i'-=-dc:M>e I a ccftt:RI p "' PLACE OF WORK 115 x.. ....... l ....,.. 1 ,8toit ....... lt .. ,.m.r... ,. .. ,....._. tOtoStDdauiU 60toi911111DUIIQ VEIDCLES PER HOUSEHOLD '

PAGE 123

.. -, ,... ,.._ -----.. --"" ,. Tnu:a; Cm 0 .. ........ .......... ,...., ...... --E tt ._..... ...... ....... .......... ,_ POPULATION AND WORKI!R DENSITY HOUSING UNITS PER STRUCUTR.E ._,. ....., ... w ..... ,.. ........ 116 ; ., ... It Ill ... MllfJ_.. ... L::, ____ ___ ...l

PAGE 124

!X] POPULATIO N DlSTIUB UTlO N ---....IlL... GnR --------------------117 ------------------

PAGE 125

.. ,_, ,.,,,_.. ,. .. ,,..... tt""tt,.n .... ,,.,. 4fB,..,.. 64 .... ,_.. ... _. '-'lbM$!,001 S!.toOn.m Slt,.OOO Sl4,m Sl.$,000ttSit,"' !!!!! ttt.OOO Sl4,m st:5,008 .. ,,,, MUMSoO"" ""*'"'" ,.. ............ v ..... .,. .so .. ,, ''". 1.00 .. 1.14 USIIfi,U uo .... ,., . .. ..,, :.oo .... m AGE m TO ................ ,. ... ........ ....._ ..,. __ ,_......,_...,... A_.. .... -er.....,.... ............ ------,,.._ -.. ---118 LEVEL ,_,_"--W.

PAGE 126

or u Wo.rlud oatslde l\olSA 119 Lwt "'-10 MIDulh 10 to lhnlodt 20tou......_. 30 11))9 .....,.. 4011>59 ....... 60111:119-...... ?(1..,_,..,..... WbdMbtcM TIME TO

PAGE 127

IHJ ,_ SOURCES OF INCOME ---,_,......,.. ... Cl& I M tq: ,,_,. 5 c_,.., ....... F.J.R.E. .......... ,..., ........ -,.,. . _...... OIW,..rtt1r ,_,......,...,.... ....,._ .,_ 120 l .. ..... IOe.n .... :e ........ ,.._ """' h' I 1

PAGE 128

POPULATION DENSITY --, 121

PAGE 129

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PAGE 130

......... PLACE OF WORK 123 Leu tiUoll JO 1lllol&lu 10 fl) lhiiiDiollltf utou...,. 40 10 59IIIIIMIIH "*''*""-90_,...,.... w.,w .,_ E;l VEffiCLES PER HOUSEHOLD ' .l!p. I 1

PAGE 131

IHJ SOURCES OF INCOME ---.. _,_ ........ .. t.J.IR.. ... -. -OIIMr,........, .... ,..... _..,_ 124 ,__ .,..

PAGE 132

........... POPULATION DENSITY i ....... 125 5lfpf I 1

PAGE 133

.,,_, ... ,,,..... 1 .. ,,,_.. n,_.. )0 .. ,,_. .... ,,..,.. Ha.u,_. .,.,_. '- tiiU ss..ooo S5,fOO. """' .sJuoo .. su.m Sls,IOO .. Stt,m sM,.eOO .. su.m SlU8011tSlUH S)O,JOO SAe.eoo .,.,,, S5t,MO 1lt "'"" uo.wo ..... I!ATIO ........ 5t ... 7 .. .1.5 ... ...... 1 ;14 US to I,., 1.1$1111., l.otu-' AGE m t-o-M'" ,. .. ......... ,_....,.. ..... ...__ ...... .............. ---,,._ .. ,._ ........ W'JGiiMI ....., ........ i '4" JMI 126 -N .. 18 WMr "'"-riP! I 1

PAGE 134

Wol"kk:d o..Uide MSA ofi"Nfdtact .. . ... . . 127 IOtoi,DWIUIU 20 ton mlaldU to 't aalult 40 D.)" .llllNdU tOW_I"'!.......,. Ww!r.tdollfbMP E;] VEWCLES PER HOUSEHOLD t \ 'tUdfl' '" lhaNbol4 "''I p

PAGE 135

--C uLl; 1 Mw4 .. Trn ,., Cmn r ...... t .l.ll!. 8...._ ................. -c .. r '-"-o..,,......_._, ....... ....... -... P OP ULATION AND WORKER DENSITY HOUSING UNITS PER STR U CUTRE _,.. .-. ... 118 -, ... ... J ... ... "' .. ..., ... ,.._ ... "''I 1

PAGE 136

IN.I POPULATION DENSITY ............ i ---------------------129 riz& I I

PAGE 137

.. su,_. .... ,.... :o .. ,,,_ .M,trwr "' .. ",_.. 65+,_. u ...... ""'"""" ......... ,..,., us ...... s.,.m SM..MtlltnA.m nuoottm,m J.tO,MO S.SO,MO s.st.m liiil uo.ow .. -. rm AGE (IIJ m RATIO OF INCOME TO v ...... ,. ,Sf ... ')4 ,,, .. ,, t .OOt.u (.1$ ..... I .:H .. t,'14 ""'' u- 130 ., ...

PAGE 138

.......... 131 1 ... ,....,.,.. ... ,. .. ,lllfnlhol o ao 51) ....,..,.,. 'oeoe, .......... 1111"' Hot-aiiiUliU Worbitb- VEHICLES PER HOUSEHOLD .... ' shl I I

PAGE 139

SOURCES OF IN' C OMB --' a ....... r.1.a.c. ............ ""* .......... --, ... 9 p '..W:.. (lewprolw"-*' ,........,..... 132 -._

PAGE 140

' m POPULATIO N DENSITY ........... ---i-' GnA ---------------------1 33

PAGE 141

, .. 15,_.. .. ,,,....., 2ou,.... JO .. ,,.... 40ro5Jr- ""'",_. ... Ltn ... ".MO U,OOtn.m S10,0CitSl+.m sts.eee .. UO,MSJA..m SJO ...... m.m UO,ootlff-"" $.."0,001"''"' ue.ooe.AGE m UD..,-"1 .$0 ... 7. .1S11J-'t 1.00.:4 U$10 lA' ..so .... ,. 1 .7S .. Uf uoaa.c-NOll:,.,.,...,._. .. ,..., .. ,__ sn.nJ'*' ........ ,.. ..... ,. ... 1* ......... ,..___..,..... ... .. ___ ---.. ,__ ........ .,. ......... -"' ..... ,.. .......... ... ........... ., ......... l N fl.,-o4 N.CIII ...... 134 "''' I p

PAGE 142

PLACE OF WORK 135 lO .. 10 ton ro.tDufl" .. ..... 40 to S? 60 So 8? llllllldt Hor.-..... Wocbcl arlwDe E;) VEIDCLES PER HOUSEHOLD l .1h& I 1

PAGE 143

SOURCES OF INCOME -,.,_,_,..,.. ... LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION ... O:uu ,.., .......... rn... 9 c 'Ill .... ..... r.a.a.s. ......................... -........ O..prtf ................ _.._ hlllk f="P L ...... ..... 136 .. ... ... '-' ... lt ..... .... ,.._ ... liz I I I

PAGE 144

............ IU.I POPULATION DENSITY 137 --------llzt I 1 ------------

PAGE 145

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PAGE 146

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IN.I POPULATION TOTALS Ctt1tRI City Ctnlnlcto' UrboaFrlnp IN. I POPULATION DISTRIBUTION CEntrt l C IIIY Cfni CIIy IU.I Gl POPULATIO N DENSITY WORKER DENSITY c.tn1 C I17 ..JIL_ ------------------149

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The 1990 Census of Population and Housing was the 21st dea:nnial census conducted in the U nited States. Demographic and jolll11ey-to-work infonnation are available from the Bureau of the Census in a variety of fonns, i ncluding printed reports, discs for CD-ROM readers, and mainframe tape cartridges. The foUowing three pages provide the specific data sources that were used in the production of this book, the specific source files and tables that were used to present each demographic and journey-to-work variable, and variable defiiutions as provided by the Census Bureau. These three pages are briefly summarized below. Census Data Sources -The data sources on page 152 provide a comprehensive summary of the census data used to produce this book. AU of the data were compiled from media provided by the Bureau of the Census, while the printed reports were used to validate the data as it was manipulated. Census Source Files and Tables The specific source files, table numbers, and universes are provided for each variable on page 153. Variable DefinitionsStarting on page 154, variable definitions, as provided b y the Census Bureau, are presented for aU variables included in this document. 151

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This publication was prepared using da!a provided by the U S. Department of Commerce, Economics and Statistics Admini sttation Bureau of the Census. The specific data sources used from the 1990 Census are identified below. 1990 Census of Population, General Populatio n Characteristics, Urbanized Areas, Section I of3. 1990 Census of Population General Population Characteristics, Urbanized Areas, Section 2 of 3 1990 Census o f Population, General Population Characteristics, Urbanized Areas, Section 3 of 3 1990 Census of Population and Housing, Guide Part A. Text 1 990 Census of Population and Housing, Summary Tape File I on CD ROM, Technical Documen tation 1990 Census of Population and Housing, Summary Tape File 3 on CD ROM, Technical Documen tation. 1990 Summary Tape File I C United States (CD-ROM). 1990 Summary Tape File 3C, U nited States (CD-ROM). 152 ---------st I I

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The specific file source, table and universe are idenaified below for all variables. The universe refers 10 lhe segment of the population to which the respective variables refer. ).'j!Ot; : ., . : f#f!;3c:< ... i,;;,'Atoa DistributiOn; r s:tf'Jc, .. . . Pop,ulationDcnsity,,.Ctn;lll' \J'rb:..i Fntl<: 4 153

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Central Citv Referred to in Census Documentation as the Urbanized Area Central Place. It is one or more places that functions as the dominate center of each UA. Departure Time to Work Departure time to work is reported for those who worked during the reference week (the week prior to survey) and who worked outside their home. The departure time refers to the time of day that the person usually left home to go to work during the reference week. Educational Level Educational l eve l is based upon all persons 18 and over. Persons are classified accord ing to the highest level of school completed or the highest degree received. Emplovment bv !ndustrv Information on ind ustry relates to the kind of business con ducted by a person's em ploying organization. For persons with two or more jobs the data refers to the job at which the person works the greatest hours. Manufacturing incl udes both durable and nondurable goods; all trade includes wholesale and retail trade; F.!.R.E. refers to finance, insurance and real estate; and other includes agriculture and forestry and fisheries, mining, entertainment and recreation services, and communications and public utilities. Those i .ndustries classified as other were chosen because they consistently represented the lowest l evels of employment across urbanized areas. Hispanic Origin Persons of Hispanic origin are those who c lassified themselves in one of the specific Hispanic origin categories"Me xican ," "Puerto Rican" or "Cuban" as well as those who ind icated that they were of "other Spanis h/Hispan ic" origin (i.e Spain). All persons of Hispanic origin are represented in the ethnic origin classifications as well as Hispanic. Household Incom e A household includes all persons who occupy a housing unit. Household income inc ludes the summation of the income of all persons IS years and over in the household whether related to the person designated as the householder or not. Household i.ncome includes all income sources (s ee sources of income definition). ljgusehold sjze These size categories include all persons in th e household whether relate d to the de signated householder or not ...Jb..... -!S4 ----------

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. Housing Units per Structure A hou sing unit is a house, an apartment, a mobile home or trailer, a group of rooms or a single room occupied as separate Jiving quarters or if vacant, intended for occupancy as separate Jiving quarters. Separate Jiving quarters are in which the occupants live and eat separately from any other persons in the building and which have direct access from outside the building or through a common ha.ll. A structure is a separate building that either has open spaces on all sides or is separated from other structures by dividing walls t hat extend from ground to roof. In determining the number of units .in a structure, all housing units, both occupied and vacant, are counted. Stores and office space are excluded. In the graphical overview, one unit per structure r epresents both one-unit detached an one-unit attached (such as townhouses and condominiums) housing. Mobile Homes and trailers are included in the other category. The other category also includes any living quarters occupied as a housing unit that does not fit the census defined categories. Examples that fit this category are houseboats, railroad cars, campers, and vans. Labor Force Participation Labor Force Participation was computed by dividing the number of persons in the labor force by the number of persons 16 and over. Persons 16 and over are considered part of the labor force if they met one of the following conditions: (1) person worked at any time during the reference week; (2) person who did not work during the reference week but who had a job or businesses from which he was temporarily absent (excluding layoff); (3) person on layoff; and (4) person did not work during the reference week, but who was looking for work during the last four weeks and was available for work during the reference week. Land Area Totals Land area was calculated from the specific set of boundaries recorded for the urban area in the Census Bureau's geograplllc data base and excludes all inland, coastal, and territorial waters (See Population Totals for specific details on area definitions) Land area is reprted in square miles. Median Househ old Inco.me Median household income is the middle observation from the income distribution of all household incomes. Mobilitv Limitation Status Persons 15 years and older were identified as having a mobility limitation if they had a health condition that had lasted for six or more months which made it difficult to go outside the home alone. In the graphical overview, these person were subsequently divided into their employment status. 155 ---------

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Mode Choice Mode cho i ce, o r means of transportat i on to work, refers to the pri n cipal mode of travel or type of conveyance that the person usually used to get from home to work during that reference week. Persons who used d ifferent means of transportation on different days of the week were asked to specify the one they used most often ( the grea test numbe r of days) Public Transportation includes workers who used a bus or trolley bus, streetcar or trolley car subway or e l evated railroad, fenyboat, or taXicab, even if mode i s not shown separately in the tabulation. Other Means includes workers who used a mode of travel which is not identified separately within the data distribution (i.e. bicycle, motorcycle walking). Persons per Household Persons per household is the average household size, computed by dividing the number of person living in households by the number of households. Place of Work Place of work was accertained for persons who reponed to have worked during the reference week. Workers were ask e d where they worked the most hours during the referen c e wee k Population Persons per square mile. Population Totals Popu l ation was computed for persons living in the central c ity(s) versus the urban fringe. Ce n tral city totals represent the data from the central plac e or p l aces that function as the dominate center of the urban area. Urban fring e represent the totals from the remainder of the urban area Priv a te Veh i cle Occupancy Priva t e vehicle occupancy is reported for persons w hose means of transportation to work was "car truck or van Private vehicl e occupancy refers to the number of persons who usually rode to work in the vehicle during the reference week. The category "drove a l one," includes persons who usually drove alone to work as well as persons who were driven to work by someone who then drove back home or to a non-work destination. The category "carpoo l ed" include s workers who reported that two or more persons usually rode to work in the vehicle during the reference week. !56 jp\ I p

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. . . . ... Race The concept of race as used by the Census Bureau reflects self-identification; i t doe s n ot denote any specific scientifi c d efinitio n o f biological stock The data for race represent self-dassificatio n by people accordin g to the race with which they most closely identify. Ration of Income to Poveny Level Computed by dividing the total filmily income by the poverty threshold appropriate for that family. I f the ratio is below one, the n th e family i ncome is considered below the p6verty level. Derived from 1989 data, the income cutoffs used by the Census Bureau to determin e the poverty status of families and unrelated individuals included a se t of 4 8 thresholds. Poverty sta tus is compute d for all person s excluding those living in group military quarters and college d ormito ries, and unrelated individual s under IS years old. Sources of Income Data on sources o f income are for persons 15 years and older and are cl assified by the Census into eight income typeS. Sour= of income represent if the person received the specific type of income and does not repr=ot the distribu tion o f income sources. Four of the eight income types are represented in the graphical overvi ew and are defmed as follows: Wage or Sal ary Income-Includes total money earnings received for work performed as an employee during the calendar year 1989. ScJcial Securil)l Income -Included Social Security pensions and survivors benefits and permanent disabili t y insurance payments made by the Social Security Administration prior to deductions for medical insurance, and railroad retirement insurance checks from the U.S Government Medicare reimbursements are not included. Retirement or Disability Income-Includes (I) retirement pensions and surviv or benefits from a fonner employer, or Federal, State, county or other governmental agency; (2) disabil ity income from sources such ns worker's co mpensation; companies or union s; Federal, State, or local government, and the U.S. military; (3) periodic receipts from annuities and insurance; and (4) regular income from IRA and KEOGH plans. Public Assistance IncomeIncludes: (1) supplementary security income payments made by Federal or Stat e welfare agencies to low inccme persons who are aged (65 years old or over), blind, o r disabled; (2) aid to families with dependent children and (3) general assistance 157 ----------(

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Travel Time to Work Travel time to work is reported for those who worked during t he reference week and who worked outside their home. Travel tim e to work refers to the total number of minutes that it usually took the person to get from home to work during the reference week The elapsed time includes time spent waiting for public transportation picking up passengers i n carpools, and time spent in other activities related to getting to work. Average trave l time was computed by dividing aggregate travel time by the number of workers not working at home. Urban Fringe The area within the UA not identified as part of the central city (see Central City). Urbanized Area The Census Bureau delineates urbanized areas (UA's) to provide a better separation of urban and rural territory, population, and housing in the vicinity of large places. A UA comprises one or more places(" central place") and the adjacent densley settled surrouhding territory (urban fringe) that together have a minimum of 50,000 persons. Veh.jcles per Household These data show the number of households with a specified number of passenger cars, vans, and pickup or panel trucks of one-ton capacity or less kept at home and available for the use of household members. Vehicles per household is computed by dividing aggregate vehicles available b y the number of households. Worker Densirv Workers per square mile. This variable should not be interpreted as a measure of employment density. Workers per Family This data represe nts the number of persons in a family who reported working one or more weeks in 1989. I !58 .lb I I 1

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Travel Time to Work Travel time to work is reported for those who worked during t he reference week and who worked outside their home. Travel tim e to work refers to the total number of minutes that it usually took the person to get from home to work during the reference week The elapsed time includes time spent waiting for public transportation picking up passengers i n carpools, and time spent in other activities related to getting to work. Average trave l time was computed by dividing aggregate travel time by the number of workers not working at home. Urban Fringe The area within the UA not identified as part of the central city (see Central City). Urbanized Area The Census Bureau delineates urbanized areas (UA's) to provide a better separation of urban and rural territory, population, and housing in the vicinity of large places. A UA comprises one or more places(" central place") and the adjacent densley settled surrouhding territory (urban fringe) that together have a minimum of 50,000 persons. Veh.jcles per Household These data show the number of households with a specified number of passenger cars, vans, and pickup or panel trucks of one-ton capacity or less kept at home and available for the use of household members. Vehicles per household is computed by dividing aggregate vehicles available b y the number of households. Worker Densirv Workers per square mile. This variable should not be interpreted as a measure of employment density. Workers per Family This data represe nts the number of persons in a family who reported working one or more weeks in 1989. I !58 .lb I I 1


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