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Guideway transit and intermodalism function and effectiveness
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Profiles of U.S. urbanized areas with guideway transit systems
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viii, 149 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
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English
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York, Mitchell P
United States -- Federal Transit Administration
University of South Florida -- Center for Urban Transportation Research
Lehman Center for Transportation Research
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Also available online.
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Prepared in cooperation with the Lehman Center for Transportation Research, Florida International University and the the Federal Transit Administration under contract no.
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"Author: Mitchell P. York"--Technical report documentation page.
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Map of guideway transit systems on page 3.
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"October 1996."
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Technical data book.

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Guideway Transit and lntermoda /lsm: F u n ction and Effectiv eness Data Book 1 Profiles of U .S. Urbanized Areas with Guideway Transit Systems Center for Urban Transpoitation RoMareh College o1 Engineering, U n M!rslly of Soulh Florida 4202E. FowflerAvenue, ENS 118 Tampa Fl33620-6350 ( 3 13) 974-3 1 2(), SunCom 574-31 2 0 Fax (813) 974-5168 email: broseh@eng. usr .edu GBty L. Brosch, DIRic!or October 1996 Proje<;t MINisgor Project Staff Ron Sh eck Ben Walk e r Jesus Gomez Wil lia m B all Forrest Cotten FadhelyV*>ria TMconiMtsoft111smporti811Bcttheviewsofthesuthom. whoemrespon$ib/e for tho f6Qs 011d the Oet:lR8CY of tho infam>otion pro$011tod herein. This docmnont Is dlssomlrn!ted Wider tho sponsMhip of th& Dopllr1meflt of Transportetion, FetNN8I Tntnsit Adminfstmtion, in the kJtemst of information e.xchsnge The U.S. Government UStlm$$ no Nabilityforthe contents or use th81'801811ddo&Snottmdot$9snywndolsorpt0ducmmentionedinther&porl..

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fti:BNl"C.U. P.BPOR!" D<>CQCNDTJ:ON PAG& 1 2 GMrnmt."'t Acuealoft NQ. (Pffi$) 3.. fttc-lt!l racalog No. GUI096USF1.1 UMTRISIFT A Section !4. nua ai'ICI su111.10& $ Roport Qltlt GUIDEWAY TRANSIT AND INTERMODAUSM: FUNCTION AND EFFECT1VENESS: October 1996 Oata.book 1 Profile& of U.S UrbaniZed Areas With Guideway Tran< systems 6. COdO> 7 Ault!CI(t) e Portom!lll(l Roport Nc>.. Mttcl\ell P York 9. OrganiZMIOI\ NliM and AdcJrest Center for Urban transportation ReSO
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Over the past few decades more than a dozen U S. cities have implemented new guideway public transit sysrems and virtually every major urban area bas or is considering increasing public transportation investnulnts, frequently including guideway transit modes. The country's dramatic suburbanizalion and socioeconomic changes have placed new cballenges on public transportation Strategies including guideway transit are among tbe solutions that local communities have considered to meet the changing transportation needs of their communities. The resuh has been growth in guideway transit ridership and an increase in the importance of guideway transit in local transportation systems. Guideway transit investments are perceived as providing a transit service with an opportunity to compete with auto travel influence land use, guide economic development, motivate public and business financial support, and address air quality and environmental goals. Guidewar transit includes several traditional rail transit modes (i.e., light rail, heavy rail and commuter rail), mnoants of older systems including cable cars, historic streetcars, and inclined planes, and nemr technologies such as monorail and automated 'people movers. With the development of numerous new guideway transit systems over the past two decades, a great deal of experienoe and knowledge bas been gained about many aspects of using guideway investments to meet transportation and other local objectives. Much of this knowledge resides 'vith local planning and transit agency staffs and consultants, and can be of great Value to urban areas contemplating new or expanded guideway transit. A major goal oftl\is project is to capture this information and make it available to the ever-gro\ving artd changing group of professionals that are involved in guideway project planning and deCisionmaking. Tbis report is ooe of several being produced on intennodalism and guideway effectiveness as part of a research project funded by tbe Federal Transit Administration This multi-year effort is being conducted by the Lehman Center for Urban Transportation Research at Floiida International University and the Center for Urban Transportation Research at the University of South Florida. The broadly-defined research project, responding to authori2ation, identifies and examines factors that influence the effectiveness and efficiency of guideway transit systems. The overall objective is to assemble existing and new information, and to interpret and couununicate the information; in a manner that aids public traJ!SpOrtation planners and decisionmakers. Knowlooge gained in this project will provide useful information fur the many urban ru:eas considering or planning guideway transit as a key component in their transportation systems. In addition, knowledge gained and infonnation produced should be useful to the entire transportation community. iii

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The work program for Guideway Tl'ansit and !ntermodalism: Function and F;ffectiveness is designed to produce the series of deliverables listed below. This series of products includes, as principal deliverables, four research books and a guidebook covering the full range of considerations influencing guideway and intermodal public transit. In addition, other supplementary deliverables are provided to share information gathered and developed in this project with interested audiences. The title of this report is bolded below to identitY its content in relation to the other documents.' Guideway Transitandlntermodalism: A Guidebook Guideway TrallSit and Jntermodalism: Design Research Book Guideway Transit and Jntermodalism: Planning Research Book Guideway Transit and Intermodalism: Policy Research Book Guideway Transit and IntermoilaJism: Technology Research Book . Data Book 1, Profiles of U.S. Urbanized Areas with Guideway Transit Systems Data Book 2, Profiles of Guideway Transit Systems Data Book 3, Impacts of Guideway Transit: A Cross-Sectional Approach Atlanta Case Study Baltimore Case Study Cleveland Case Study Pittsburgh Case Study Portland Case Study Sacramento Case Study San Diego Case Study San Francisco Bay Area Ckse Study Southeast Florida Case Study vii

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i This data book presents profiles of urbanized areas iii the United States that ' contain one or more guideway transportation modes in opeia tion as of July 1996. Using the results of the U.S. Census, data is compile4 into two rnajor sections, including data rankings and data figures . The two major sectiorls are preceeded by a table and inap showing the location and type of fixed guideway systems operating in the United State s a list of Census data sources, and a comprehensive JiSt of variab l e definitionS as! provided in documentation from the Census Bureau. This section sh ould provide the information necessary to I fully understand how each qf the data variables is defined apd presented in this book. The first section rankS the urbanized areas with guideway systems for selected variables using the 1990 Cep.sus. The selected variables ; include demographic, journey-to-work, and economic, and geographic data ranked from high to l ow (1 to 33) in a series of tab l es. The rankings enable comparisons to be made quickly for urbanized areas jlperating guideway trans i t in tlie Utiited States The second rnajor section presents detailed profileS of each urbanized area in a set of graphics A surnmar:v. of demographics, journey-to-wor k employment and economic, and central city aitd urban fringe data is presented in a four page layout for each urbanized area. 'This pub lication was P.repared to serve as a reference book for urbanized areas currently (1996) operating fixed guideway systems By referring to this data book, transportation planners and decisionmakers in cities contemplating new guideway I transit, or expanding existing systems, can compare key characteristics of their community with other urbarlized areas. JL.____ 1

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The 1990 Census of Population and Housing was the 21st dec#nnial census cooducted in the United States. Demographics and journey-to-work information are available from the Bureau of the Census in a variety of forms, including printed repons, discs for CD-ROM readers, and mainframe tape cartridges. The following pages provide the specific data sources tbat w ere used in the productioo of this book, the specific source files and tables that were used to present each variable, and the variable definitions as provided by the Census Bureau. These pages are briefly summarized be low. Census Data Sources -The data souroes on page 5 provide a comprehensive summary of the census data used to produce this book. All of the data was compiled from the media provided by the Census Bureau, while the printed repons 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 6 Variable Definitions Starting oo page 7 variable definitions, as provided by the Census Bureau, are presented for all variable! included in this dccument. This publication was prepared using data provided by the U.S. Department of Commerce, &ooomics and Statistics Administration, Bureau of the Census. Tbe specific data sou.roes used from the 1990 Census are identified below 1990 Census ofPopulation, General Population Characteristics, Urt>anizcd Areas, Section I of 3. 1990 Census of Population, General Population Characteristics, Urt>animl Areas, Section 2 of3. 1990 Census of Population, General Population Characteristics, Urt>animl Areas, Section 3 of3. 4

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. 1990 Census of Population and Housing, Guide, Part A. Text. 1990 Census of Population and Housing, Summary Tape File I on CD-ROM, Technical Docwnentation. 1990 Census of Population and Housing, Summary File 3 on CD-ROM, Technical Documentation. 1990 Summary Tape File 1c; United States on CD-ROM. 1990 Summary Tape File 3C, United States on CDR?M. 5 .tlzl I I

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.. .. T""" STFIC POOl As< STFIC POll Level smc 1'060 18+ STFIC POOS ... .,....,. ElbWc Oriain STFIC P006 ... .,....,. STFIC P008 o!Hispallic origin Hooadlold IDoome smc P080 aUhowcbolds Mccliao HOQ&Cbold Income smc P080A ............... HOU&Cbold Size smc POI6 ... ..,.,.,.. .. p......, per HOU&d>old (dhod) smc P003, POI6 PO\o-uty lA\-el Statl.af smc P0121 &ek:ctcd pcnom (see clefinruoo) "" smc 1'067 .;..m.., "P I l+ Total Wodctrt STF3C P049 16 ModeChoiee smc P049 1 6+ Tn.vd Time to Woctc. smc POlO 16+ smc POlO 16+ Private Vdlick STF3C POl3 16+ STF3C POSl 16+ PlaceofWotk STF3C P037 "wtcn age 16+ Vehidet STF3C l-1037 all 4)0CUpied housing Wlits A"""gc 3C P003, H038 .Uhouoeholds Worl
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Average VCbitles per Bou$C))old This data shows the number of households with a specified number of pas..,..ger 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 c:cmpulcd by dividing aggregate vdUeles available by the number o f h ouseholds. Central Citt Retl:ned ro in Calsus Documentati011 as the lhbaniud Area Centtal Pia= It is ooc or more plaoes lhat function as the dominant center of eacll 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 ro the time of day the person usually left home to go to work during the reference week. Educational Level &lncationallevel is based upon all persons 18 andover :Persoos are classified aa:ording to the highest level of scbool eomplettd or the highest dog= receiveCi Em plgyment by Industry Information on industry relates to the kind of business conducted by a person's employing organization For persons with two or more jobs, tbe daia refers to the job at which the pe
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Household sjze These size categories include all persons in the household whether related to the designated householder or not. Housin& Units per Structure A housing unit is a house, an apartment, a mobile home or trailer a group of rooms or a single room occupied as separate living quarters or, if vacant, intended for occupancy as separate living quarters. Separate living quarters are those 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 hall. A structure is a separate building that either bas open spaces on all sides or is separated from other structures by dividing walls that 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 represents both ooe-unit detached and 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 quartm 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 For
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Mobility Limitation Status Persons 15 years and older were identified as having a mobilio/ 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 persons were subsequently divided into their employment status MocJeCboice Mode choice, or means of transportation to worl<, refers to the principal 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 different means of transportation on different days of the week were asked to specify the one they used most often (the greatest number of days) Public Transportation includes workers who used a bus or trolley bus, Slleeb:at or trolley car, subway or elevated, railroad, fenyboat, or taxicab. Other means includes workm who used a mode of travel which is not identified separately within the data distributio. n (i.e. bicycle, motorcycle, walking). Persons per Hogsehold Persons per household is the average household size, computed by dividing the number of person living in households by the number of households. Pla
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Private Vehicle Otcupancy Private vellicle occupancy is reported for persons whose means of transportation to work was car, truck or van.' Private vehicle occupancy refers to the IUIIIIber of persons who usually rode to work in the vehicle during the refe=K:e week. The Calegory 'drove alooe,' includes persons who usually drove alone to work as weU as persons who were dri'en to work by someone who then drove back home or to a non-work destination The category 'carpooled' includes workers who reported that two or more persons usually rode to work in the vehicle during the reference week .B.m The concept of race as used by the Census Bureau reflects self-identification; it does not denote any specific scientific definition of biological stock. The data for race represents self-classification by people according to the race with which they most c l osely identify. Source s o f In co me Data on sources of income are for persons 15 years and older and are classified by the Census into eight income types. Sources o f income represents whether or not the person received a specific type of income and does ootrepresent the distribution of income sources. Four of the eight income types are represented in the graphical overview and are defined as foUows: Wage or Salary Income Includes total money earnings received for work performed as an employee during the calendar year 1989 Social Security IncorM Included Social Security pensions and survivors benefits and permanent disability insurance payments made hy the S
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. :. .. .. Trayel Time to Work Travel time to wod< is reported for those who worked during the reference week and who worked outside their home. Travel time 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 in carpools, and time spent in other activities related to getting to work. It is computed by dividing aggregate travel time by the number of workers not working at home. Vrban Frin&e 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) to provide better separation of urban and rural telritory, population, and housing in the vicinity of large places. A UA comprises one or more places and the adjaoentdensely settled surrounding territory (urban fringe) that together have a minimum of 50,000 persons. Worker Density Workers, at place of residenco, per square mile. This variable should not be interpreted as a m easure of en1ployment density. Workers per Family This data the number of persons in a family who reported working one. or more weeks in 1989. 11

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This section summarizes rankings for selected data compiled for the United States and urbanized areas in the country that have at least one type of fixed guideway trnnSit mode. Thirty-six demographic and journey-to-work variables are compiled and ranked from high to low (1 to 33) in a series of tables. The 36 variables are listed below. Total Population Total Nwnbe< of Workers Age Less Than 16, Peccent ofTotal Population Age 16 to 59, Percent ofTotal Population Age 60+, Peroent ofTotal Population Age 65+, Percent ofTotal Population Did N ot Finish Higb School, Percent ofPersollS Age 18+ Fentales, Percent ofTotal Population MiDorities, Perocnt ofTal Population Hispanic Origin, Peroent of Total Population Median Hoosellold Income Persons Per Household Below Po\'erty Le\el, Peroent ofTotal Popalation Drive Alone to Work, Pmeot of Workers Age 16+ CarpooVVanpool to Work, Percent ofWorlcets Age t6+ Use '1'13nsit for Work Trip, Percent of Workers Age 16+ Work at Home, Percent ofWorlrers Age 16+ Average Tra\'el Time to Work (minutes) Work DepartureTime6-8 a.m, Percent of Workers Age 16+ Work Departure Time 6-9 a.m, Percent of Workers Age 16+ Worked Inside MSA o fResidcoce in Cenu:at Place Wo.rked Inside MSA of Residence Outside Cenual Place Worked Outside MSA ofRes!dence Zero-Vehicle Households, Percent of Total Ho11$eho1ds Private Vehicles Per Household Workers per Family Two-Worker Families, Percent ofTotal Familes Worker/Population Ratio Labor Foree ParticipationMales Labor Force ParticipationEeotales Population Density, Persons per Square Mile Worker Density, WOII
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.. : ..... ...... 2<.53 1 _.,...,. 222K 2 .......... 1 8 .13'1. 3 18. 01'4 4 t!5. 1ft 5 """"' 1 3.81% .... 13.83'5 7 ChalilliKIOp 1 3 .... ..,_ 13.1K 12.11'*" 10 ,....,. ,_ .... 12.42'Mo 11 s.ettmemo 1..,.,. 12 "'-"""' 1 2.31'*" 13 "'-1..,.,., ,. Jllcbonv!U. 12.01'*" 15 ""'"" 11..12% 18 -t1.7K 17 Son Diogo 11.-tK 1& ......... 11.<12'Mo -Ia 11..33% 20 .......... 11.m. 2 1 ...... 11.10% 22 -1 0.56% 23 -10.24'Mo .. --10.o5% .. -023 .. 20 San Frat'Oitoo 8 17'1. 27 -UISY. 2 1 ...... 7 ..... .. ......... 7.37o. 30 D .C. ..... 3 ...... ,.._,..,., flrltclnt Cl W04'bR .. 2 w..._.D. c 15.SSO. 3 -, ...... 4 San Fl'llncl:lco ... 03% 5 Ph_ .. 1 3.20o. 7 ......... ...... _..,..,. 8.51% ...... -1 0 A -7.10K a-land 8 71 "' 11 ....... 1.52% 1 2 ,....,.. s.13 ...... .. ..,. 14 S .m. 15 .... uo .. 18 --4 ..... 17 ""-3 ,,... 1& --3 1'2o. ,. 3.SSO. 20 Son Diogo 3, 44,., 21 .....,... 3.34 .. 22 ......... ...... 23 """"' 2.81'4 2 4 ""'"" 2 .7ft .. -20 -2 .751ft 27 _... .. 2.471rl 28 ...,.,_ -.. Chlrtlnooga 1 ..... 30 --Uo4" 31 Dt1Ye AlOne to WOt*. _.,_ .. Decn>l1 1 7o. St ....... 80 .14 80.11,.., CI ..... IOOQII 7U7o. -.......... ,. ..... ""'"" ,., .... ......... 77 ..... -77. .... CIMrland 77. -7eA11ft S.0.Miellta ,.,..,. ,.,..,. 8l1 2 3 12 A-..... -22 02 St. ....... 22.48 .,..,.,. 22 35 .,_ 22.18 -2 1.9 7 San Diogo 2 1.92 s.crem.mo 2 1 Q -21.40 .. 21.18 ........ 20.80 .,._.,.... 20.33 O.,Oon 1922 --1 9.03 Bullolo 18 .to 17 2 7 1 5 ,78 1 2 3 4 5 1 1 0 11 1 2 1 3 ,. 1 5 ,. 17 18 19 20 2 1 22 23 24 .. 2 8 2 7 28 28 30 3 1

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woro re ::" o .m. hrcent ofWOfbrs 1+ eo-54,3!:' 1 Dallas ........ 2 Jllobc:lmoillo 54 .00% 3 Memphia 53.53% 4 Chatlanooga 52.s -52.91% Doylon 52.64% 7 St. L out& $2.46.,. Allania 61.74% $ J ohnstown 51.51% 10 Portland 51.35% 11 Tampa 51.11S'A. 12 Now OMens 51.G3% 13 a ._... ....... 14 ....... 15 -SQ,1'f'U San Diego 41U2% 1 6 Ctl icago ....... 17 Sealll e 49,59% 18 4SI.57% 19 ClowJand 49.3916 20 WMhlngiO!n, D C. ...... 21 Philade l phia .S.87% 22 San Jose <8.50% 23 Mlaml 24 LoeAnge l ea 47 ..... 25 Newttowen 47 .82.% 26 Oe ....... 27 S an Fruu :isco ....... 28 -....... 29 e ...... .. ..... 30 NewYOII< 45.15% 31 Work In MSA ol JltNide n ca Central PIKe % or Wotkers A a e 1&to ....... St Lolli& -P h ilade l p h ia .......... Wadl i ngton, D.C Pittsburgll ee-118111 ..... Buffalo Mia m i LooAn ...... JollCtlloago -s..J ... 5acrtmem o San Francl&co A-Tampa New Or$o:ln& NowHIIIYOin Po 20 ...,,. -43.109b 21 43.00% 22 41.79% 23 ....... 24 'n.20% 25 36.96% 28 29.03% Z1 23,69'!\ 28 13.75% 2:9 :: .. Depl!'"' a.m.. Ptrcent o1 Wortma e t 8+ Al!oma 71.39% O.C. 71.20-% Cellas 71.13% Booton 70 ...... 70.BO'M> NewYort 70.46% NewHavel'l 70.30% """'"""" .. ....... To,.. 69.379'. Mloml 8.19% Ba l timore 89.14 % John&iown 60.83% NeNOrieans 60.82% Morri ; 68 .74% Den'' 68,89% Chollanooga 60 ...... S1. L.ools 60.36% .... 6'1.3-r'.4 88.09% Clewl and 67.81% S1r1 JO&e 67 .81.,. PIIMbtqb 87.80% Daylon 87.74% GaiYOSton 67.-""""'"" 87.04% 86.86% San Francisco ....,.,. Buffal o .....,. setal e 64.76% Lo&An.gele& ..... ,. Delroit ..;;;;; Wori Oall n 1M7'M> ....... 10.83% LooAnoeles Cllloogo ...... Baltimore 8.36% -nd 8.129t ........ 7 91% A-6.1"' """""'"" ..... ,. C l eveland 5.96% a. ...... UO'M> Ptliladolph l a 5 .t8% c _. .... ,. ...... ; U9'M> Johnstown 4.88% c. .... ., ....,. N .wOrlfiWI S ....... Dyyon 3.SII'M> s.. .......... 3.72% San COego 3.30% Wash l D .C. 3.111% S..Uie 2.90% Jocbo-2.54% "" ... 2.37% T ampa 2.34% Alia ... 2.00% Memphio 1.88% St.Louis 1..2.8% SOWt:e: 1990 U.S. Census 17 fn esldence, In central Plaeo. % of Wortters 1 Galveslo n 90.90% 1 2 ............ 87.85% 2 3 8 .......... 84.57% 3 Chattanooga 71.35ft Oal loa 60.31% 5 1 San (eg o 59.75% Tempe 64..68% 7 NowOIIeana 52.60% .. 51.33% 9 1 0 ...,,..,_ 5 1.19% 10 11 ...... 60. 219'. 1 1 12 ....... ... ... ,. -13 John$1own 48.95% 1 2 1 4 Mlaml 47.31% 13 1 5 16 Chlcogo 45 72% 1 4 N6WYOit 4$. 09% 15 17 -44.27% 18 ....... 43 75 ... 1 7 18 SanJos. 43. 64% 18 19 Den,., 43.27% 19 "' 21 22 23 Loa-42..13% "' WaQI I nglon, O.C 41 .81% 21 Philadelp hia ........ 22 Balli-....... 23 24 Clew-39.04% 24 25 28 Pitt&biJ'Qh 38.87% 25 SL U:luis 36.2 ... 28 27 37.17% 27 28 29 Doylon 37.13% 28 San f ........ 36. 42 % 29 I = 34.33% 29.$4% Percent or T ota l HouaehoSds 1 NewYo l'k 33.27% 1 2 20.459; 2 3 4 Philadelphia 20.2A'M> 3 New OcteaM 20.00% 4 s Johi'ISkiMI 1 9.199!. 5 B:allimore 19.07'h 6 7 Buolo 11.57% 7 1 0 CtiiCCIQO 18.649'. Pll1sburgh 18.37% 17. 5 7 % 1 0 11 Miami 18. 11% 11 c-.o 14.M'!. 12 1 2 New Haven 14.22% 13 1 3 ,. Memphis 14 A-13.99% -1 6 Detroit 13.81% 16 16 San Fttncisco 1 3.60% 16 18 17 Wutjngton, D C. 12.99% 17 Sl. Lou1& 11.989'. 1 0 20 21 Chatlanooga 1 0.84% 19 Doylon 10.S.% 20 Jacbo1wilfe 10.18% 21 22 .... ,. 22 2 3 Allonla 9.78 9'. 23 2 4 25 26 T...,. o.n'M> 24 L.o4Ang01" 9 71% 28 S.S9'M> 26 27 28 Sac!wnento 8.49% 27 o. .... 8.44% 28 29 30 S.nCiego 8 1&% 29 Oal loa 6 77% 30 31 Sen Jose 5.31% 31 "'I I 7

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I ,.,.,... -1=.-:-1 .t7 1 1.78 2 ... ,.,.. 1 75 3 .,..,_ 1 .74 -1.74 loo-1 74 s--to 1.73 1 ,..,. 1.70 a a.tt. iOCIOI 1.00 """"' 1.87 1 0 PomMel 1.157 1 1 s.t FraACIIco 1.03 12 _,,. 1.82 1 3 """"' Ut 18 w ........... o.c. Ut 1 5 St. LA>olo 1.1St .. A -. ... ---1 50 17 Momphio 1.63 18 cre..llnd 1.63 19 Tama-1.50 20 ......,, 1 ... 2 1 .......... 1.48 22 1 ... 23 ChicoQo 1 .42 24 ....... 1 39 20 ,_,.. 1.39 25 1.31 27 -o.loono 1.34 2 0 --1.33 20 .. 1.22 30 -Ycwk 1 1 1 31 .._."':""'' .......... W -"''nggon D.C. 56.8nt. 1 ......... 53. 2 ... 63.26"3 -S3 tnr. .,..,_ 62 001' 5 -.,...,. Do ... 51.31'1. 7 s., Ff'lneilco 51.2C'Jf. ... ..,. ........ ... -1 0 --40.1511(. 11 ... ,.,.. ........ 12 --.-&. 11Y. 13 loo-.,...,. 1 4 A_. "" "" -ChicoQo C7.3711'. 15 Sf. LAlollo 16 -Ycwk 48.92 .. 11 -10 Pt.a.cs.lphil 48.4 1 1 9 .. 20 Cl'..a.IOC9I 48.1 ... 2 1 -48.22 T-48.-23 46.51" .. Oooolond ......... 25 -... 28 """""'vh ....... 27 """"' ........ 21 -43.200. 20 ....... 30 ............ 31 -;;g. Waohlngton, O .C 2.33 1 ........ 2n 2 2.15 3 .... ......... 2 .14 ...... 2.10 5 -... 2.00 loo-2.00 7 ... ,.,.. 2.00 a """"" 2.G2 Ooiioo 2.G1 10 --1.10 11 ........ ..... 12 --1 .t1 13 ChicoQo 1.10 -1.10 15 A.... -Ycwk .... 18 _,, 1.84 17 1'11-la 1.83 .. -1.83 ,. ........ 1.80 20 """"""' 1 n 21 1.T8 22 1 n 23 1.70 2A ....... 1M 25 a-..... 1.87 28 """"' 1.87 'l1 T._ 1.87 28 ........ .... 20 ......... Ul2 30 --1.30 31 ... __......, ............... .. Ooiloo 12m< 1 w-.o.c. 82, 181(. 2 -........ 3 - .,.._ 80.7a.. 5 JecbotM ir. ,.....,. ......... 11.t2'< 1 San Francilco a loo-7 B.30'1' ........ 7U... 10 "'""'"" 77.14 11 -,.._.,.,. 12 ........ 1'11 ....... 13 --78.ono. ......... 7UN 1 5 A -,...,. --tsn... 16 -,. ..... 17 -.. -Ycwk 74.44,., .. Mom .... 20 ,... 73.14" 21 ... ,.,.. 73.61.,. 22 P'tllldlllpf!il 73.83!< 23 a-..... n.et1f. 2 4 COowlaNI n .33" 25 ....... 10 ..... 28 -"""' .. 21 a.-. M Dt% .. -68 ..... .. Tom,. 87.snt 30 ->1 18 51.72% $1.421Jit 51.30% ....... &.32% <40.32% 48.36% 47.21 % .S,G3% 45.71% 45 .88% ....... 45. 4711'. '"""" 45.1t% ..__ ... -44.1K 43.i7% ... ..,. .. ...... 42 ..... 4 1 54% 41.13% 40.1N ... ,.,. 67 .02'% 1$5,$4% 64.94% ... ,.,. $3.44% S U2'% 61.37% 60.64% 80.5910 80 .36% 80 .17'% 59.90% 58.41'4 ....... sa.n.. ....... ........ 51 .37'% ... ... &8.70Y. 51.37% 58.23% 58.11"4 $ 4.94 ,.. so ..... ........ so ..... in I I 1

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-.'!'_., Oily, WorJtera r Ull'e Mle NtwYork !11, 191 1 Whi"((IM. D.C. 4,735 2 Plllllldra ...... ....,, -4,412 4 StnJoae 4,158 Cliolgo 3,831 8llliflor. 3,f111 7 ........ ...., -...... -z;m 10 -2,6:28 11 .. ...,. ....... -1 2 -2.347 13 2.308 14 -Ow1oono 2.137 1 $ Oo ... 2,124 10 ,.,_ 2.00S 17 -H-2.023 18 S..Oiogo 1,94S 10 Sn P'nlnciKO 1,lll26 20 Portltnd 1 ... 7 21 Jollno1.., 1,60 7 22 T1mpa 1. 470 23 Sacramento 1.431 24 """"'" 1,289 2S 1.273 2S Dolloo 1,2$8 27 Mlmphlt 1.187 28 ... 29 Jee:lmonvllle ... 30 o.c .... l1 19 2,128 2,031 2,026 1,720 1 .... 1.818 1 .... 1/il7 1,eee 1,801 1,604 1...., 1 ,482 1M1 1,282 1,201 1 m 1,183 1,13t 1 101 ..... ,..,, ... ... n.$8.50 % $8 &tlft 51.38% $ 1 ,3C% .f7.7ft 4 7,54% 4m' c.mr. 42.Dn' 41.m> ....... .35% 3&.15% 31.749'. 37.AIO% ll.14% 38.1"" 35,51% 3U1% 33.38% 32.1 .. 30.AIO% 30.14% 23.SK 23.13% Persc>ns -y ... Pbllackllphla ..... Ballimor. c-\MirotWtgton, O.C. San .Jose ...... ..... .. -"""' .... OoOoll ......... -"""' .. """-... llleoo Sl."""' ...... -c-. Plardand ............ T--......... C o lle Go-.. .... QlattanDOaa cencr cny, ....... ,. 10,3)4 8,108 O,DOt a,o, 8,370 7, ... 7,134 8,841 ...... 1,528 .... .. ... .... 4,110 ..,no 4,1 4.$44 4 .... 4,212 ._ .... 3.110 ..... 3,21)3 2.UO 2,'704 2,51)7 1.o<$ $U3% 51.7211. ...,,,,. ... -... -3S.:m. 33.2ft ....... ..... ,.,. 24 .1K 22.... -22 14"-20.121!. 1 lit15,. 111.58"' 17. 149t 18.38tr. 16.35% 16.21 % 11M3,-. 1 3, $49'. 13.38f. 13.13'1. 12.11 .. IU4 % 2 3 4 5 5 7 10 11 12 13 15 .. 17 II 1t 20 21 22 23 .. 2$ 28 21 21 29 30 3

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1his section provides a graphical summary of demographics, journey-to-work characteristics, employment and economic data, and central city and urban fringe information. A four-page layout is provided for the United States and each urbanized area in the countiy that has some type of fixed guideway service. One page is devoted to each of the infurmation categories sununarizcd below NOTES: I. The data presented in some charts do not total l 00 percent due to rounding 2 In some instances, complete urbanized area names are not provided due to limited space. 21 b! I 1

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lm ,,,_.. L.-... ,..,.. SIS,_-.... J.M, ........... 1, .. ,,.... ..,. __ ao .. ,,... ,_...,._..,.. ,. .. ,,..., --40 .. ,,... ..... ,..... --.,.,.... .. 1 ,.._ [tiJ ,_ ------..... ., l'1dlk ,_....... .,__ .. ..,..Or! ... lim (Mt ... l$,oot -SlfMOU&,m st$,0M .. ttfm -m.oM .. SU."" SlUM .u,.m SJe..OOI Slt.m ,_ ...... 54,, S!O,OMS,-"' ue.-o-.. -m w. ...., ....... ---_ .. .. ......, .... .. Jl4M N .. a ..... r.a --w...... .-11117 ....... tron! ......., '"" -....... .... ,....,_,..._ nz.n t. 0 ,, ... w .......... ...JII_ ...... 22 liz! I

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\Volbd. oUIIIdt MSA otrtSldtocf 23 LomCbllO miDUill tetolfill!lloUliH U .. 'D .. IIIU l(l .. talllllllJI ..... S91DIIIU1111:1 "toth:IIIIIUIIII:I 18 or IIICite D'IIIIUflll WorkMat"-U:oottoll:sta.m. .. u;SJ,.or. W.t.dtllOtM sliD! I 1

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... -,._ SOURCES OF INCOME ---... rJ.JLL .......... ......., ........ - p ......... oa.r, ,:,. .. .. 24 In!''

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(Sqliii'C Ml.ts) POPULATION DENSITY WORKER DENSITY (Wo!'bn per square mile) 25

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Sovrc.: /990 U .S. CI!VIII ,,,... s .. l.S,_., ",,_.. Jttt:tf,_.. ... ,,_,. ..... ,,_.. "",_, ... ,... .... ,_ I.M .... .... ss.oetD.m $1t,ootttS14.m t20.0M .. su..m m.001mm SJt ..... .,, ...... ut,., .... ,"'"' uo ......... -.......... -....., .... m [H] m NOR:......,._. ,.....,..,, __ UU7411al"' ... ,..,.... ,. .. 1 .......... .,._ --...... ...__ --c:;c-.,... ,..., 1 1-,.._ ------.U...PIIdlllll!l ...... """--"'-" HOUSEHOLD SIZE .. LIMITATION STATUS .................. ltl .. tl ., .. .... u Jl .. Ntll ........... 26

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--._....,... """'-"'"'._,._... .... ...... ... ...... ,. ... ...... .... ., .. ... .... ., ... .... towliMftllllllllltfl WOfbfll"--O:OIItoft" a too .. '!00M,i5' ,,00 .. 1119-. .. IIOO .. I!Sfa. J0011,:$Ja.IIIL ... uutD.tiM llt)!B ,... .... lhU,_ .................. TIME 1 ,.. 1 VEHICLES PER HOUSEHOLD - .. Z7 -----------------jp. I 1

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-,._ SOURCES OF INCOME _w...., ---LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION C' ree .. .... -a..... ........ ........ -. -OIMrjN ................. ..... iiJ POPULATION AND WORXIIR DENSrrY .. _,_ ...... zs ..... ..... HOUSING IJNITS PER STRUCTUR E .. .... lft.l, .... ,. ., .... ... """'=------_J

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tm POPULATION DISTRIBtmON e ..... .., ........... .... ..... (Worbn per square mile) 29 b! I 1

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Sm.'": J99()lJ.S. Ct'Anil .. _. s .. u,_.. uast,_. JOaJ,,_.. )0 .. ,,_.. ... ,,_.. "",_. ... _. --......... ,... s.s ...... ", $ti ...... .Sl.., $1S,oetll).Ht SUI .... .S"'-"' w ...... .sDm SJO'"-"' UO,-Stt.ttt w ...... ---......,. ... IHJ .. ...,.tr __ 111.'71,.,, [..-.... ,., ..... ,. .. UIIII ...... ...... ..,. __ ,......._. .... .___ -.. I ...... ---,,._ .. ,__ ....... ....., ......... ... ., .. RACE w .. :..._""'

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.......... ...... if'sld oot h'l u.atnl .... w ........... MS.l Olriddrilct 31 J t .. a....,.. ... ....., JOtol'JMIIIIIIW '"'" ...... fO fO ., lllfllllrtl liillll '"' go ........... Wtrb.-111,._ U:OOtoll:,fa.-. ll!OOtoS!59p.-. 4:00 to 11 :" v.m. WorkHIIt.,_. VEIDCLES PER HOUSEHOLD '

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,_ ... SOURCES OF INCOME --Ro6 ._ .......... .. -Cauaw .. a ... T&K&; c .. 1 ...... r.uu. ........ ..,...,..,.. -........... oa-..-. ...... ,::.,.; ;;;' ;;;';.;;;,;o ... ;; 32 .. .... ll.l.t ... a ., ... ,.._

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............ LAND AREA DISTRIBUTION IU,I POPULATION DENSITY 33

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.. ,... s .. u,_.. lU.tt,_,. 11 .. ",_.. ... ,,_, .... ,,..... .. "',.,.. ... ,_ .... ..... 15,080 .. """ Slo.,eot S loU"" SLUOOSit,., SHAOt10$u,m sts.tOtw.m SJOAOt .. """" $$t,OOO .. "'"" $i0,0Mw-. ,_..., -........... AGE m .... ,.. ... ,.... .... .. ...... --_.,..,.. GrM __ ,., ........ -,,__ .. ,_ 34 HOUSEHOLD SIZE ,. __ ""' 1'-dloW

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[]j] ,., __ -,._ SOURCES OF INCOME ..... _. i ...... LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION .. ,._ ,_ .. ,-. It lilt .... .. .., ... ,.._ a-0:.::.--------'

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IN.I POPULATION DISTRIBUI'ION IN.I POPULATION DENSITY (Pc:r&OOI per crurc mile) (Wortc.en ptr equan mlk) 37

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.. SIS,_.. IUD If,_. 20 .. 2:f,_.. 30 .. ,,.... .... ,,.... 60 .... ,... ... ,... ,__...,. ss...o .. ,, llll,IM .. ..,.,., .sLUot .. slfm --StMMmm UOMOmm UOMt .. "'"" ,.,.,... SD.m .u.,.ooo .. -----............ m AGE [H] m .. ,..e..ll1., .... SIU'MIIII "" .............. ,. .. ...... ...... ...... ........ ,... ...... ... .. __ ,..., I,......,... ._. --.. 38

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.......... .......... cit rest au oubldC Ulrtr place 39 Lffil ctu.IO IIDIDultf 10toi9Wo ... IOtoUalaUih .. ,, ........... 40 .. 59 WI!IIIIH 6010.,.......,, WorWtt.,_. 11:"--------1 l409a.l VEHICLES PER HOUSEHOLD -1 1 J ..

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-,._ SOURCES OF INCOM=E-. --------...JIL.. ...... LABOR fORCE P ARTICIP AT! ON ... -o-n t M 0 I ... 1""*11 ..... Q= 1 I .. ....... ...... _.""* ...... -Eft,_....,.... a.w,...,.. ....................... ......., t ... HOUSING UNITS PER STRUCTURE 40 .... ... Jl ... ..... ... ,.._ ... 1!::.------.-...J zizl I 1

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(SqWil'eMJleo) IN.I POPULATION DENSITY """ """ (1'..-. por oquue mile) 41 . p. I 1

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.. ,... .. ,,.... 1 .,,..... ztu,_.. 31.,,.... .... "',.... 4tu,.... ....... '-" ... $5,Mt u.-o.St""' SIO.O .. Sl.._, Slf,ONt.Slt-"' ,..,.. .. ,"""' m ..... ,,., $JO.OM .. """" S4t,IM .... ,.,. .... "'"" we_.. .. --......, .... -AGE m NOR: P.......,.ifo ,._.,fl ....... SII.''U ... ,.,. ._ ... ,. ..... ,. ............ .,.._ -._ ........... _._. _., ..... .... I ...... --.. ,._ 4l -

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,_ ,._ ---.. .. -lPI:$&J 7 c. hrllrl ....... rUL ........... ,.,....,..,. -00. .................... _,... ....... t' ...... .,_ HOUSING UNITS PER STRUCTURE 44 _,_ lltfl,_ ... .., .... -.,_ .... ,.I 1

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POPULATION DENSITY CerniCII7 45

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Sctlrcf: 1990 l/,S. .. ,.... .. .,,._. 16ttlt,_.. 20tt2 t,._. ,. .. ,,_.. .o.,,_.. fO",_.. ... ,... L4a .,_ S$,IMIO .SUOOttU.Jtt SltU .. ttS1"'" Sls.tMttSJJ.Jtt S24,tM tt s:z.utt u s.-.m., uo.-Ut.m "" ..... "'""' ss..-.. wm ------,....., .... lm AGE [H] m POVERTY STATUS 100'11>-,..,....,.,, __ 11 2,17 4 .. ''" J.M .... ,.. ... ,. 2 ............. ................. ....... .. __ --en......,.... ......... ---N ..... ...... .,__ R.lll,..aieOrtpo ---P-PH-"""" 46

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,..,_ -,_ ---...... w ..... ,.. ......... LABOR FORCE P A.RTICIPA TION .. Cn "' 3 T,_ I ... r.LRL ................... -......... ................. 48 HOUSING UNITS PER STRUCTURE -, ., ... nuu .. ,.._ .jzl I I

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(SquareM:U..) m POPULATION DJ:STRiatmON POPULATION DENSITY ...... .,., --. ...lb.,_ -49 .ir I' r

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Worbd oubldt NSA. orredcJmce 51 t.a .... lO_..utu l t .. l9.ao ... JOe.:w-... U:ot .. S.'OOtt5:5h ..... f;OO It 41:59 a.m. ?:ttt.?:$h.-. ...... t;tltl)t:!t-... 10!00tolO:S9 .. 11:00 .. ll:59 ...... of..-otttll.!$9 ..... Wotbd .. U.. VEHICLES PER HOUSEHOLD I

PAGE 61

" -,._ SOURCES OF INCOME -w ..... ,... ......... ... ... ... r.wt. ........... ,.,. ...... O..f"IMDiolllu4.,.... ..... l'UIIut t' 1i 11M """' HOUSING UNITS PER STRUCTURE Sl J .. ... 10 .. .... : ... ,,_ ,.._ """' 1!.::---------' ,,, I 1

PAGE 62

(Sq ..... Miles) Ctnlral Ctt;y 53

PAGE 63

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PAGE 64

55 t.au....,IO......,. 10 tt 11 llillllMtl 20102.9......,. 6"11 toU'IIIIIalllltt; ,. ot-miiiiiiM \\'9rbd .. ._. U:00 .. 4!59a.aa. 5;00 .. .. ,,, .... ?100 .. 7!, ..... 1:00 lO 8:5J ..... 9:00to9159a.a.. IO'AOtlt lt.. S:ha u :00 10 IJ:$9 .... .... 4i0010Ui5fp.aa. .. VEWCLES PER HOUSEHOLD -2 fp. I 1

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, .. -... c w a T -...... -,_,...-. .. w..-..,.. .-. ..

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DENSITY --57

PAGE 67

$()11f<;f: 1990 u.s.. CI1WI ,,... .UtiS,_.. IU.tlt,_.. 21e.D,_. ,..,,_.. ... ,,_. 60 .... ,_. ... ,... .......... ss.Mt "-u.m S10 ,0itS1'-"' SU,OitS.,.m S,OMSlf$ J30 ...... ut, UO,OM tt SoW-"' sse.-ttsst.Ht ---............. AGE '-' .... ,.... .... ,. .. l:lal.,._ .. ...... ,... __ s-...-... ...... ----.... 9 ..... ---m MOTl! ...... l ,.......,.,,_._ uv1 rat,.,, -...__ ---.. ,._ W1tb IIIOC:>IIIf)' tlmllllllofl ... . ,.,. -Not I n llbor fotC4I WWioiii:IIIIOitlllfY Hln'*lon ... S8 UMIIIpiopd Not 1 ft llbor fotct

PAGE 68

59 10 lo 19 miDuteJ ,. ton JOioJ9miDUDU 401059 ......... HaaloldloJ .. -m1llutiH WorbllllboaJII!'!!_ ______ -l J2:-0t .. 4:S9 L11t. S:Of 1J S!$!1a.ato 4:0UJ4::19-?:00 .. 'll$' .... .lfp. I 1

PAGE 69

.,_ -SOURCES OJ II'ICOME -POPULATION AND WORKER DBNSrr.Y 60 LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION c.... r HOUSII'IG UNITS PER STRUCTURE ... -u., .... a.l.t... .,...,. ,.._ ..... II!.:::...._ ______ ..J

PAGE 70

IN.I POPULATION DENSITY WORKER DENSITY 61 hi I I

PAGE 71

Sot.trcf ; /990U.S. Ct!W4 s .. u,_,. "'-lfr_.. l.ftt,_. Jtltlf,_.. 40.",.,. a""*" ... ,_ Lee "'-ss.S10.0M ltll.m SlUM It Slf,.,. mOM w.m S2:5.0M1tSU"" ,..., ..... ..,,,., S40,oMitt.n,, S50,0011t """' uo ...... --......, ..... '-... ,....,..., AGE ---m I'OTE; r-rtJ '-I .. ...,fll,_. ... UU141111,.,. ..... ,. .... ,.....,u .-.. ....,_ ..,. __ s--........... .. ..... .............. .. 1 ...... -----.. 62

PAGE 72

......... ....... _,. ,,....._... 63 IOtolhaiD-. lOtolt......., JO to .W ...,_, ,. Of' -1111Mkf; w..w ..... 6!18 fi)6:Sif .... 1'AO to 7tD UD. t;(lt .. 8:$ f a.-. 1:01 .. ,:,, .... VEHICLES PER HOUSEHOLD 1 Vdlkilt Pw HoustWd

PAGE 73

-,._ w .... ....., ---......, ..... t ,_,.. .-. .. .-. ... 64 LABOR fORCE PARTICIPATION HOUSING UNITS PER SFRUCfURE J_,_ u ... .... 20.4, .... -"''I 1

PAGE 74

_,..., (Sq.,... MI .. ) rn [iiJ POPULATION DENSITY WORKER DENSITY 65 "''I 1

PAGE 75

1990 U.S. ", .. .,,_.. IUt 19,_. )011iJJf,_.. q.,u,_.. .,.,_ .__...., .._ __ SJOMUU99 SIS-SI'-"' uu .... Su.H9 m... mm uo.Mm.m UOMOMt.m WMtUt.m --,.....,_ AGE [H] m .. ...,., ..... SII.'H IIIJ9C9, ....... ,..,.. ,. .. ............ ..,. __ ,_.._. ..... -I,, .. .... e-........,. .... .... ,,.._ .. ,.._ w-.. ......,. ....... iiij c ... .. v ... Nllta ..... ,._ .jp. I 1

PAGE 76

w""'"'"""'MSA ofi't:SidIK$IIi ccntJod jll;ac 67 IAoatlllaalt ....... lt .. J.t Clilovlerl ......... Je.,,., ........ ........... a .. .,....,. to __ ...._. Wotktdatb.-11:.::...-----1 t!z. I 1

PAGE 77

-,. ....... SOURCES OF INCOME ---..... f.1li.L ,___.,.,......,.... --u. ,....,.....,.. a..,,.. ..... .. .. 68 HOUSING UNITS PER STRUCfURE )_, 11 ... ..... :o .. ., ... --

PAGE 78

........... Urkaf'rllle (S...,.Mllea) ........... WORKER DENSITY 69

PAGE 79

,.",_.. I, ,,_.. 211_1 ,,.... H .. u,_. ... u,... .. ",.... ... ,__......, .,.-.. u.m $10 .... st4m SU,OMSI.J,m s2osu.m ns. e.-s..m S40,01t.,..,,. 5.50,011 "'""" ----........... -........... AGE t..e ... ,..,.. .... ...... .,.. __ ,.. ........... ..---...... m -r.-NOn: r....-.:r ..,... ,..,...,., .... SIUn .. IMt. ..... -,,._ .. ,.._ w...... I!_.,.., .. .... fwot 70 h& I 1

PAGE 80

' 71 Lo.u1Mal.l ........ t ttlllf ...... 28tw.2:J ..... 30f0, ...... 40to$t.,..... 601811 ..... or llliOI'e IIIOIIIhf Wt:tdd..,_ 11:"------; JJ:OO ... : .... S!OO .. JtDa.-. 6:00t t6:" ... 7 100 .. ?!5, ... 8!00 to 8!9 ..... 9:00 .. !1:19&CO. J0:00tao1l);:$, ... UtOO l o 3:;59 p.aa. 4;00 to !MIL TO WORK

PAGE 81

-,._ SOVRCI!S OF INCOME ---,_ __ .. LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION .. -,_ ... r.uu. .................... -. .............. ..... 12 ,.. ... ..... ._ HOUSING VNITS PER STRUCTURE .. ..... .... ., ..... ,..4, ... ,.._ .,_ 11.:=--------1

PAGE 82

C tlllnl C it,. IN.I POPULATION DISTRJBOTION kt'.l POPULATION DENSITY (Peno.N pertquare mBe) (Worbn per square mlle) 73

PAGE 83

$ww: J m u .s.
PAGE 84

.......... -......... ..-........ o ntOcr .:..n t.iltr.l ... 75 La'dlaalO.U.UIItt lttd,llllaiiiN lt miDulu JOttl,mlaUCiu 4tllllau11M ... ........ ,o.- ..... Won..fllthome VEfllCLESPER HOUSEHOLD J

PAGE 85

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Sooircf: 1990 U S. Crnsus C"'tnd CMy POPULATION DENSITY UrbuFrtnc (WorlJ.cn peTICJWU'e mllc) 77 ,.,,.I 1

PAGE 87

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PAGE 88

79 1MeSMD10......_ 1htlhdllwl" JttoJIJGiiiMIIl't ""'" ...... (0(1), .... ,.,_.........,. w"'".,.._. ,hi I 1

PAGE 89

,._ -...Jb.._ ...... LABOR P'ORCE PARTICIPATION .. .. ......... ....... ... ...,. """"" -17 ........ O....p 0 80 h!Mtbtta, .,_ HOUSING UNITS PER STRUCTURE -, .. ... 1 ... ... u .. ., ...

PAGE 90

Ctty l!'rbu:htlt_. IN.I POPULATION DENSITY WORKER DENSITY CcMndCICy (PtnOJIJ Pft' squaremtk) (Wortcut pe1" squarcmlle) 81

PAGE 91

fjhJ AGE .. "-... ,..,... .. ,s,..... ,. .................. 1,.19,_. --,. .. JJ,.... s-........... Jt,.... ..o.,,.... .., __ 60 .. '-4,.... --... en... .. ,. t [JJ] ..... -...__ ----Alllll Pldllot I ..... .,...._ -"""' ._ __ SMOOIf.JH -$10 ..... $1..., su ........ ., ,,__ SZMOtm.m S.M.eeo llf-"' -SoMMO .. """" ""*" .. "'"" .. ,.._. ---,__,"-...... m POVERTY SfATVS ------w-.- ....., ....... --t'fQTit: ...... -ltw....,., ... u ; .. sn.fn 1111 '"' t"tlllll ......... ...JIL,... ...... 82 '"'' I

PAGE 92

PLACE OF WORK=---. 83 t..tdlutlf ..... 10tolhllollllh lOtoD.I:I:I.IDIICN .H .. ........ ... .... .. .... "* )!) .............. ... Worb4et.,... H:00to4:5Ja.a 5:00to5::$Aa 'MO 10 7t.
PAGE 93

-,_ SOURCES OF INCOME ........ ..., -POPULATION AND WORKER DENSI'f.Y ... 84 LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION HOUSING UNTTS PER STRUCTURE -.u., ... 1Ut1t_.. .. .., ... ,.._ ...... 1.!.!:--------' rlz& I I

PAGE 94

(S1uaro Miles ) 8 5

PAGE 95

<5-, .. u,.,. lflollt:r-Jt .. ,,_.. .. .. ,,_. ...... ,_. ... .... -w. .... ss,.oM S$ .... "'""' SIO,ottSl....,.,., ,,,., .... $1,9-"" ut,Oit .. Sl.., w.....s"-"' SJt... snm w... s.tm ..... .,"" ue, ... .,_. -,...., ..... AGE m .............. ,......,.,, __ 112.674 .. 1,.,. t.. .... ,. .... ,. .. u .,... ...,_ ..,. __ ,_ ............. .. ..... --.. ,..I ....... ----.. .... ......,. ....... s-. ..... LEVEL 1.., ''""' ;iiiiiiiiiii.=i Ntl .......... I I tl .. \ ... ,,.,.... 86 hi I I

PAGE 96

........ -.. ....... bldo MSA In CUifr..l 87 "-a-JOG:IIo .. 10ta., ..... :Oto29ftll_., 30 Ia" 1IIIDII'M 40toft..-. 60 10" lll1I:Wtn ""'_ .......... Wtfbdatlomo 11!"------i VEinCLESPER HOUSEiiOLD I .is\'

PAGE 97

-.. SOUII.CBS O F INCOME ---...... -[iiJ .. -C r ,. 0 ... T .. ru. ......... ,.,. ....... -0... .. p 51 I l ... l"''fttll4 ...... ...... ... POPULATION AND WORKER DENSrr .. 88 .. .. ..... ... .... ,. .. ., ... ,.._ ,_ J.:.::. _______ _J

PAGE 98

B Urbu Ill!] B POPULATION DENSITY WORKER DENSITY 89 fpf I 1

PAGE 99

s--.: 1990 u.s. .,,... $ .. 1.$,... ., .. a,_, ... Zf,.... .... ,,_. ..... ,,.,.. ..... ,.... .,.,_, ..... -,__.,... s.s.owum ., ....... Sl.., $15,, ..... Slt.m SU,OitiiiJN,m m-szt.m ,....... .. "'"" wt,Oit .. ,..,,., sse.OM""'-"' -----------m AGE [II) m N(Jt'l: ,_.,.,..... ... ....,., ... su.n"" ........ ,..,.. ,. .. ,a...,...,...._ .,.. __ ..... ---c.......,.. I 1,_, --N--"*--... .,.__ -,,.._ ,,._ .. ,._ ....... .,.._ .. , .. STATUS til N ............ 'MIIIIMI ...., ...... ... .. 1., 1I,M !'I ........... 90 .liz I I I

PAGE 100

--,,.,......,.... ,,........,.... 91 Lcnlllale...,.... 10_Jf......_ 200>191 ........ 30f10o)J .......... 44)11)$(9 ...... D)., .,.,...... Horcacn........, VEHICLES PER HOUSEHOLD -I ht I I

PAGE 101

[)j) ... ... -. SOURCES OJ INCOME -r-,....,. ... w ..... ,. ......... 92 LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION .. ,_ ,_ u., ... ..... ... ,. ., ... ..._ izt I 1

PAGE 102

Urbalt rttna POPULATION DENSITY ...... ,_ 93

PAGE 103

1990U.S. C#Aftl4 ...... ,.1.5,_... .,.",_.. lt1rf!JJW'I ,..,. ,_. .... ,.,_.. ...... ,.... .,.,_. --Len ... $$ .... S5.0MSJ.m $1.._..,,., t!MOI SJJ,m UUMSU.m S1:5MIID.m SJiiMIIIJlf,m S4t.OMUJ,, ssueo"'""' -w---....... -----.i.--........ ,. .... ,. ... 2111 ...... _.,.._. .,.. __ ,_...,. .... ... __ --.... 3 ..... ,_ --N .. "-'-"*- .... .__ -.. ,._ ----m POVERTY STATUS Willi ....., ....... ')n .. ..... N ............. w:....._._ ........ .. .....,.,, __ r; ... ., .. $1a,IY ........ u a''"' N' ............. 94 LEVEL ...... h .. I

PAGE 104

.... .-. --............. .............. .. ,.._...,... ..... Cl m "" oiitikr UIJl piUt , 95 Wuttwl.lt ....... 1011U,...._. 20MU-$010"' ...... 59 ...... 60 fO., lllfMIIM VEIDCLES PER HOUSEHOLD 1 3

PAGE 105

[H) 'W-un ,._ ----T LABOR ... -... -, ....... ...................... --1:' r t...-o.-pi If $ ................ .......... 96 [tl]

PAGE 106

Ce:lrtnl CUy IU.I POPULATION DISTRIBUTION 97 .1!pf I 1

PAGE 107

Soli'": J990U.S. .. ,_, SUr-"u,_.. n :at,_.. Hf,_.. ... ",_.. '*",_. ... ,_, ... ,_ ,__....,. ............. Jl ....... st.., su .... s&J.m ............... w.-m.m ....... SJJ., .,..,... ...,. """ w,., ----,......,_ AGE m HOm,._.,._. ... .. ,__ su.n"' "-... ,. ... ,. .. .,... .. .,._ ,.,. __ ,_.._ ....... -........... ,...,_ -----.. .... ..., ....... ... .., .. tr J r.,M ...... .._ ..._ ..... hl'lP"f .... ,. .. !'! .......... 98

PAGE 108

D...,..,_ 99 Lcue..IOIDbiUCiu lOioltudDUIU 210 .. '19 IIIDvlu l(IIOJJ mlrlldn ... st .... .... 40CIIllat .. ... 90wawetldllua. Wwknillt b-. Ut0010JitS9aa. l1!0e .. J1St p.m. 4:00 to U:" p.a. .,._ .. ,. I 1

PAGE 109

-... ---LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION ... ,._ --cal a ,._. .... T t-; 7 7'tee ... '""'" a.... .... ......,__.. -................... l't!McdSb'' .... ..... HOUSING VNITS PER STRUCTURE 100 ,., ... llt.l, ... ,. .. ., .... ... ...... 1:.::.-------..J "''I 1

PAGE 110

101

PAGE 111

/990U.S. Sill IS,_ t u .tt,_.. lObllt,_. Mt1olt,_.. .... ,,.... ... u,.... ... ,_, -,_ ....... suoo .s,., su ..... n t.m Slt, ... S""" W.OMs:tt.m ,. .... "'""' ,... .... ut.JH sst ..... ,., ---....., ..... AGE m [..-.. ,.,.,.. ,..,,. ............ ,.,. __ ,_.....,_...,. ---cw....... ... ,. .......... --'-.............. ....... --102 ----------

PAGE 112

PubUc 103 IAalbiiDJO.........., 10 to 1, ...,_.. lOIODmiD'* JOio391llhulllr 40 m $? o:llludcr 60 eott m.loldn Wort..dtiU.. lill.l VBmCLESPBR HOUSEHOLD slzt I I

PAGE 113

--,._ ------..... SOVRCI!S OF INCOME LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION .. f.L.U. ............. ,.,..,..m-. -OciMrt I 11 tl-.4 .............. POPUI.A TJON AND WORKER DENSITY HOUSING VNITS PER STRUCTURE 104 ... ,_ .. ... l ... .. ,. .. .., ..... ,.._ rllzl I 1

PAGE 114

. Urban i'r1Dp lOS

PAGE 115

SOtti'Cf: 1990U.S. C.t111t14 ,,_. ,.1,,.... "It,_. 20_,,.... ,..,,_.. 40.,,.... ...... ,.... ... ,... ._ __ s.uotu.m USMtSJt.m SH.ttt"""' lu.-ttUP.m '""" ......... ,.,., ms,.m ---AGE -m N:OT&; "-17 ...... .... .._fl, __ S 1J,n4 .. 1Jtt. LEVEL "-.... ,.,.,.. ,_ .. UD ..... ..... ..,. __ ,_...,._...,.. -----c......,. 1 0 .... -,,._ .. 106 ri:t I I

PAGE 116

.... .---l07 Lto:*-lOadDVIIH 10tol91111DIIIIIo n.ao..-. u .. .. ..... .... .... ..... 6tGtltiiiDur.-tow-.-GIM _,,_ U:OO .. U:5Ja.co. J1.11UtJ:" ,_ 4:001oU:$,,.... .. "' ,tJpl I 1

PAGE 117

LABOR fORCE PARTICIPATION -.. ..... -... ---108 .,. I 1

PAGE 118

Urbb ""' (Sqaaft Mllu) Ctelrld C it)' WORKER DENSITY 109 ---------

PAGE 119

.. ,... $$,_-, s, .. a,_, . ,,.,. ,..,,_.. ..... .... "',.,. .,.,... .__..,... .............. ssStoUft .,,. .... $1.""' w ...... "'-'" us.m"" SJe,Oit .. "'"" S58.0M .. _u,,., ut ...... -----AGE m ,., ....., _,_-IJ2.'1t ... ,.,. t.-.... ,. ...... ,. .......... ....... _. ..... .,...... ,_ ......... ..... .... __ .............. .............. -.. _., .. t/ ., .. Nlf .. ..._..._ 110 --------. "'"I

PAGE 120

' 111 LeMa. to llla..IM IOIDJhl,_n 20 IDDIIIblln SOlOS))_.. 40 to 59 mloalln 60 to., llllautcf ,. 01'-mi.DIIIn Worbd .r rw.aa. tlt00tollt9&& U:OOIOS$p.at. ...... .. b-_,"'---------...J

PAGE 121

--.. -. ---1...\BOR I'ORCI!. PARTICIPATION .. -...... ....... ......................... -O...(ln!Gn....,_,,........., 112 ,....,.u....,, 11 r. cow -zt I I

PAGE 122

LAND 1.'.'.+1 POPULATION DENSITY WORKER DENSrTY mile) (Workers per S4J.uare mile) 113 riB I I 1

PAGE 123

s .. u,__ 1, .. ",_. :e .. :t,_.. lOt.,-60_9,_ 60U,.n ... ,_,_...,.. ...... ,,, Slt,OMtdl._, $1,0M .. u t m 528.081 su,., .$l;S,OM. su, s..OMSJJ$ $40,0MIIIIW'"" .,.. .. ..,,., -----,....., .... -....., .... AGE m N-0'0: 1'-v ..... t_._.,_..__ su.n ,.,. u. .... ,. ... ,.. .. J ....... .,._ ...,. __ ,_....._. ..... ---.......... , ...... ----,,._ .. ,._ 114

PAGE 124

.......... w ....... ,.. .. MSA cii'IWNCIIU PLACE OFWORJ< .;, : : 115 ..._._JO 8IIIUIIn I O .. l'allnue.a 20toDiiii.IDUIU .Hto:J!I ........... .... ,...wan 60 .. .,....,.,.. !IOtriOM't.sau WOIIIH If b-. VEHICLES PER HOUSEHOLD 1 ' .;tIp

PAGE 125

-,._ w ..... ...., ---,...... ..... Iii POPULATION AND WORKER DENSFr.Y 116 LABOR JORCB PARTICIPATION ... ,__ -HOUSING IJNITS PER STRUCTUR E u., ... 1 0 -lt ... .... ... -o-""---------'

PAGE 126

117

PAGE 127

,,,_. .s .. as,_. ,, .... ,_. :on,_. lO.,,_. ,_... 60 .. ",.... ... ,_. lM._SMM s.s.-."""' Sls.tMSlt""' Sl0.0 .. 1tSUJ9t S25.Mm_, ...... ,"'" $60, ..... ut,., S!t ...... '",. --------AGE m POVERTY NOll: ,._,., '""' ,_ ....,."',_._ ru.n t,.,. ........ ..,. __ -8 21 .. ...... .......... .... ..... --.. ,__ E ,,, .. 118 u .,... """ ..........

PAGE 128

WO 1 '

PAGE 129

... --... w .... ...., ----w.n.r. ........... LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION .. ..... ... ........ .......................... Eta ,......_ o..., ............ ,.....,. ....... HOUSING UNITS PER STRUCTURE ,., ... Jt .. lfH ... ,.._ 120 --------------

PAGE 130

(SquanMIId) IN.I POPULATION DENSITY 121

PAGE 131

$r1MrN: 1990U.S. .. ,_, .. ,,... lhlf,_. ,..,,_.. ... ,,_.. ... ",..... ... ,... ,_ __ SUM".m sto ...... u.., SIS ,OMSlJm m.tttsu.m S2S,HI sz,.,m SlUMum .,..., ...... ,, $SUM .. "'"" uo, ... .,_. -......, ..... m POVERTY STATUS HOTI: ......,......,. .. ....,. .. ,..._ l1t.n ......... ,. .... ,. -,... ........... ----c....... .. ,.. 1 .... ----.. ll2 _.,..,. -zt I I

PAGE 132

.... .,_ --,,_...,.. .. ,_ ...... w .. ...,...,. .. MSA 123 10 til)., 1llluilu 2010D_...... 'DJoShl.lo o to st .... ., ...... ... _.. .... .... Worbdet'*" 10:00tel0:5h . U!O I .. JlM .. .... 4MtJU.:Up.-. .. fl VEHICLES PI!RHOUSEHOU> 1 ' iz\' z

PAGE 133

..,_ -,._ ---.......... _D 124 LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION .. .. ,_ ltttlf ... ... .... ... ,_ -.::;:._ _____ __,

PAGE 134

(Sqloan Miles) IN. I POPULATION DENSITY C"'lnl City U rbu F rtll8 125 ---------al!zl I 1

PAGE 135

.. ,_. Sto IS,_. ".,,,_.. 20111D,_.-$0 .)9,_. f011tlt,_.. 60 .. u,._. .,.,_. t... .... ... $!,tot.""" $1 ....... 1., .. S1tm mtto.su.m mON .. szt.m .ue.ut.m ut,ONIIlWMtt SS.DMSM, ---------[lhJ [)I] -m POVERTY STATUS '-11 ..... ,.,,.....,,_._ su,"rm. LEVEL ..._ .... ,. .... ,. .. Udl"""' ..... ..,. __ ,_..,.. ...... -Bad I ....... .,.__ ....... -.. ,__ II] .. !( ............... ......... ...,. ....... 126 v .. .. H .. taw.. ...

PAGE 136

""""' -W"bd '"""" MSA cifmldln 127 Lcu1fiiiA18111Uulft tea. a...,... MC.zt ........ ... ,....,_ .... ,.....,.. ... ., ....... "flll-adlllllal W(lflicdatb ... 11.:00toU:S,Lin.liiiol"' .. ,,,,.... rOOtollt5.t p.a. .. .,._ VEHICLES PER HOUSEHOLD I

PAGE 137

-,._.., w ...... ...., ---hNk"''* ,.._,.. ........ w .._..,..,__._. LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION .. ..... c T C Mrd ..... ........ ........................... -Etl ,.,..... a.. prtlnrleeef_,,....,. ...-. HOUSING UNITS PER 5fRUCJURE .. ... .... ., .... 20_,,_ ,.._ .,_ 128 ---------

PAGE 138

(Squre MJIH) Ill!) POPULATION DENSITY 129 ,,, I 1

PAGE 139

lthl .. ,_ t-.... ,. ... ... ,,_.. ,.. ... 2a,..._ ....,_ ., .. .,,_. --u .. u,..,.. ,_......, ___ ,. .. ,,.,. ... 40 .. ,.... --" .. ":r--._ ...... ... ,_, .. I r' -[II] ..... ----PMIIIII: 1 ..... o..--"""' ""'--"-*"""' -StuotatUt't ''""' .. . ,. ,,._ S15,.0M .. "'"'" ,.,.. .. m.m -,...,.. ..... ,, $$IMt .. "'"" .. ,__ --, __ .,...........,.cl m POVERTY STATUS ----0 l'f ..... w. ... .._ ........ --KOT11 t-v......a li '' I ....., ... ... ....,.,,__ u .... .. Sll.47 llol"' f( ........... ...Jl._ ...... 130 t!zl I I

PAGE 140

.......... --,,..... ...... ...JL -PLACE OF WO;:::RK:;::_-, 131 i..ftlbiUllO....._ j011)1ha. ..... 20toD.,... $010, ....... 40. g o:dallltc 6010.,....., 9tor_.IJIIJll-. Wbd ar llocDf

PAGE 141

-.. -__ ....., ---FAMILY c- 3 ... r.uu. .._ .................. --17 '.W. o... ........... --Iii POPULATION AND WORKER DENSJ'f.Y ,_,.. .......... 132 hNtA 2' II 5 .,_ HOUSING UNlTSPERSTRUCfURE l .. a. ... ... ... .,_. 11:::'----------' aiz& I I

PAGE 142

(SquanMIIea) IN.I POPULATION DENSITY UrbllQ Pnn 133 ----------

PAGE 143

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