In the UPPER RIGHT HAND CORNER, click on the word "Feedback."
Scott Boggess at the Census Bureau says that upper management at CB pays
attentions to what is submitted here.
If you want improvements to this data access system, please take the
time to submit your comments.
FHWA Office of Planning
206-220-4460 (in Seattle)
Does anyone know when the 2010 Urban Area boundaries will be released?
Nancy Reger, AICP
Deputy Director, Transportation
111 Liberty St. Ste. 100
Columbus, Ohio 43215
Digging onto the Census documentation I found out that poverty thresholds are determined by multiplying the base-year poverty thresholds (1982) by the average of the monthly inflation factor. Does anyone can explain why this particular year 1982 is taken as base year.
Richmond Regional Planning District Commission
9211 Forest Hill Avenue, Suite 200 Richmond, VA 23235
Phone: 804.323.2033 3 Fax: 804.323.2025
saryal(a)richmondregional.org<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> 3 www.richmondregional.org<http://www.richmondregional.org>
Would you please add me to the email list for CTPP listserve.
Caroline WM Leung
Senior Research Analyst
177 N. Church Ave, Suite 405
Tucson, AZ 85701
(520) 792-1093 x514 (tel)
(520) 620-6981 (fax)
For those of you who have not yet completed your TRB Schedules, or would adjust your schedule for an excellent opportunity on a timely topic:
Please join us from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. on Sunday, Jan 22
This workshop will identify how the industry has adapted the use of Social Media and other technologies to improve survey research. First, lessons learned and sampling challenges will be discussed. This will be followed by examples of how data published on social media sites can be mined. Workshop outcomes are anticipated to include a list of agreed-upon applications of social media in transportation surveys, as well as a prioritized list of topics for future research.
ABJ40 Travel Survey Methods
ADA60 Public Involvement
AP030 Public Transportation Marketing and Fare Policy
>From your friend,
Elaine Murakami, previous chair of ABJ40 Travel Survey Methods
Hi everyone, Just a quick reminder that there will be a census workshop at the TRB Annual Meeting again this year. Please see below for more details. Thank you!
TRB 91st Annual Meeting (January 22-26, 2012)
Event Title: C2KX + ACS1, 3, 5 = Census Data of the Future
Event Date: Jan 22 2012 9:00AM- 12:00PM
Event Location: Hilton, Cabinet
Sponsored By: Urban Transportation Data and Information Systems (ABJ30)
Event Description: The recent changes in the collection and dissemination of census data, including the use of the American Community Survey as a replacement for the long-form census questions, will require transportation planners and researchers to learn new skills and practices. This workshop focuses on how to obtain census data, how to assess which data set to use when, as well as how not to use the data. Workshop participants will receive training on the American FactFinder 2 website and other resources.
Census 2010: The New Gold Standard (P12-5593)
Fields, Alison - Census Bureau
ACS: Not the Census, But Worth Its Weight in Gold (P12-5594)
McKenzie, Brian - Census Bureau
AFF2: Where the Gold Is Hidden (P12-5807)
Rohanna, Kristen - San Diego Association of Governments
Reschovsky, Clara - Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments
CTPP: Gold, Studded with Diamonds (P12-5595)
Christopher, Ed - Federal Highway Administration
PUMS: The New Platinum (P12-5596)
Tierney, Kevin - Consultant
Senior Research Analyst
San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG)
401 B St., Ste 800
San Diego, CA 92101