Mr. Hutton - land use forecasts are likely more in the realm of
spreadsheets and general GIS programs than specific software for it.
Probably quite a few folks on this list could send you one of their
spreadsheets, but they may all be different and it might be as much work
to tinker with them for your needs than just starting from scratch. (Some
public and private agencies also do county-level forecasts if you're not
already aware of them.)
Mr. Srinivasan - hey, great sense of humor on the Do Not Call thing!
Ohio DOT, Office of Technical Services
1980 W. Broad Street, Columbus, OH 43223
Phone: 614-644-6796, Fax: 614-752-8646
"Things are more like they are now than they've ever been before." -
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Date: Wed, 13 Jul 2005 15:37:33 -0400
Subject: [CTPP] Population Projections & Socio-economic Data
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We are an small MPO (250,000 population) and are interested in locating a
software program to help us with population projections and socio-economic
data on a TAZ level. The feature we are looking for is the ability to
adjust the long range projections based on annual growth. Does anybody
have any suggestions?
Metropolitan Planning Commission
110 East State St.
P.O. Box 8246
Savannah, GA. 31412-8246