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  • Census Transportation Planning Package (CTPP) 2006-2008 The CTPP 2006-2008 is a special tabulation of the 2006-2008 ACS compiled for the transportation community. The CTPP is a 3 part package containing residence data summarizing worker and household characteristics, place of work data summarizing worker characteristics, and commuting flow data for geographies containing 20,000+ population.
  • Census Transportation Planning Package (CTPP) 2000 The CTPP 2000 is a special tabulation of the Census 2000 compiled for the transportation community. The CTPP is a 3 part package containing residence data summarizing worker and household characteristics, place of work data summarizing worker characteristics, and commuting flow data, available down to the tract level.
  • Census Transportation Planning Package (CTPP) 1990 The CTPP 1990 is a special tabulation of the 1990 Census compiled for the transportation community. The CTPP is a 3 part package containing residence data summarizing worker and household characteristics, place of work data summarizing worker characteristics, and commuting flow data, available down to the tract level.
  • National Household Travel Survey (NHTS) The NHTS is the nation’s largest survey focusing specifically on travel. It collects household travel data on all daily trips within a 24-hour period, including but not limited to the commute.
  • Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS) The Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS) was established as a statistical agency in 1992. The Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act (ISTEA) of 1991 created BTS to administer data collection, analysis, and reporting and to ensure the most cost-effective use of transportation-monitoring resources. BTS brings a greater degree of coordination, comparability, and quality standards to transportation data, and facilitates in the closing of important data gaps.

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Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Commuting (Journey to Work) |  Last Revised: 2012-05-22T14:06:53.181-04:00