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CTPP 1990 : CTPP Urban Part II: Place of Work
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(Identifiers)By Work: Provides geographic identification number for each standardized geographic area identified by CTPP for which data can be obtained by place of Work. There are a total of 13 standardized geographic regions.
(GIS Identifiers)By Work: Provides seven field names associated with a GEOCODE which can be used to establish a link with CTPP geographic data files (with .dbf, .shx and .shp file extensions).Please refer the README_URBAN in the pre-zipped files for the geographic data file names and their respective tabular data GEOCODE field names.
(Table 2-1 )Population of Hispanic origin by race and by the means of transportation to work. The various fields under this table are a cross tabulation of one or more variables. In this table, workers 16 years and over is the universe and origin, race and means of transportation to work are the cross tabulations. There are a total of 132 cross tabulations within each standardized geographic region.
(Table 2-2 )Sex by the occupation of the workers. The various fields under this table are a cross tabulation of one or more variables. In this table the number of persons 16 years and over is the universe and sex and occupation are the cross tabulations. There are a total of 45 cross tabulations within each standardized geographic region.
(Table 2-3 )Sex by industry of the workers. The various fields under this table are a cross tabulation of one or more variables. In this table the number of persons 16 years and over is the universe and sex and industry of the workers are the cross tabulations. There are a total of 57 cross tabulations within each standardized geographic region.
(Table 2-4 )Sex by employment class of the workers. The various fields under this table are a cross tabulation of one or more variables. In this table the number of persons 16 years and over is the universe and sex and employment class are the cross tabulations. There are a total of 24 cross tabulations within each standardized geographic region.
(Table 2-5 )Sex by number of hours worked last week by the workers. The various fields under this table are a cross tabulation of one or more variables. In this table the number of persons 16 years and over is the universe and sex and number of hours worked last week are the cross tabulations. There are a total of 18 cross tabulations within each standardized geographic region.
(Table 2-6 )Sex by the means of transportation used by the workers to commute to work. The various fields under this table are a cross tabulation of one or more variables. In this table the number of persons 16 years and over is the universe and sex and means of transportation to work are the cross tabulations. There are a total of 33 cross tabulations within each standardized geographic region.
(Table 2-7 )Means of transportation used by the population to commute to work. Workers 16 years and over is the universe.
(Table 2-8 )Time of arrival at work for workers. Workers 16 years and over is the universe.
(Table 2-9 )Number of hours worked last week by the means of transportation to work. Workers 16 years and over is the universe.
(Table 2-10)Earnings of workers by means of transportation used to commute to work. The various fields under this table are a cross tabulation of one or more variables. In this table the number of persons 16 years and over is the universe and earnings and means of transportation to work are the cross tabulations. There are a total of 132 cross tabulations within each standardized geographic region.
(Table 2-11)Median earnings of the workers by the means of transportation used to commute to work. The various fields under this table are a cross tabulation of one or more variables. In this table the number of persons 16 years and over is the universe and median earnings and means of transportation to work are the cross tabulations. There are a total of 11 cross tabulations within each standardized geographic region.
(Table 2-12)Mean earnings of workers by means of transportation used to commute to work. The various fields under this table are a cross tabulation of one or more variables. In this table the number of persons 16 years and over is the universe and mean earnings and means of transportation to work are the cross tabulations. There are a total of 11 cross tabulations within each standardized geographic region.
U213 (Table 2-13)Aggregated number of vehicles used in travel to work. Workers 16 years and over using a car, truck or a van is the universe.  
U214 (Table 2-14)Number of workers per vehicle. Workers 16 years and over using a car, truck or a van is the universe.  
U215 (Table 2-15)Aggregate number of vehicles used in carpooling. Workers 16 years and over using a car, truck or a van is the universe.  
U216 (Table 2-16)Number of workers per carpool. Workers 16 years and over using a car, truck or a van is the universe.  
(Table 2-17)Vehicles available by the means of transportation to work for workers in the household. The various fields under this table are a cross tabulation of one or more variables. In this table the number of persons 16 years and over in the household is the universe and vehicles available and means of transportation to work are the cross tabulations. There are a total of 66 cross tabulations within each standardized geographic region.
(Table 2-18)Time of arrival to work by the means of transportation to work. The various fields under this table are a cross tabulation of one or more variables. In this table the number of persons 16 years and over who did not work at home is the universe and time of arrival at work and means of transportation to work are the cross tabulations. There are a total of 70 cross tabulations within each standardized geographic region.
(Table 2-19)Means of transportation to work by travel time to work. The various fields under this table are a cross tabulation of one or more variables. In this table the number of persons 16 years and over who did not work at home is the universe and means of transportation to work and travel time to work are the cross tabulations. There are a total of 160 cross tabulations within each standardized geographic region.
(Table 2-20)Median travel time to work in minutes by means of transportation. The various fields under this table are a cross tabulation of one or more variables. In this table the number of persons 16 years and over who did not work at home is the universe and median travel time and means of transportation are the cross tabulations. There are a total of 10 cross tabulations within each standardized geographic region.
(Table 2-21)Mean travel time to work in minutes by means of transportation. The various fields under this table are a cross tabulation of one or more variables. In this table the number of persons 16 years and over who did not work at home is the universe and mean travel time and means of transportation are the cross tabulations. There are a total of 10 cross tabulations within each standardized geographic region.
(Table 2-22)Median travel time to work in minutes by the means of transportation. The various fields under this table are a cross tabulation of one or more variables. In this table the number of persons 16 years and over who did not work at home is the universe and median travel time and means of transportation are the cross tabulations. There are a total of 19 cross tabulations within each standardized geographic region.
(Table 2-23)Mean travel time to work in minutes by the means of transportation. The various fields under this table are a cross tabulation of one or more variables. In this table the number of persons 16 years and over who did not work at home is the universe and mean travel time and means of transportation are the cross tabulations. There are a total of 19 cross tabulations within each standardized geographic region.
(Table 2-24)Standard deviation of travel time to work in minutes by the means of transportation. The various fields under this table are a cross tabulation of one or more variables. In this table the number of persons 16 years and over who did not work at home is the universe and mean travel time and means of transportation are the cross tabulations. There are a total of 19 cross tabulations within each standardized geographic region.
(Table 2-25)Median travel time in minutes by the means of transportation by time of arrival at work. The various fields under this table are a cross tabulation of one or more variables. In this table the number of persons 16 years and over who did not work at home is the universe and median travel time, Means of Transportation and the time leaving home to go to work are the cross tabulations. There are a total of 70 cross tabulations within each standardized geographic region.
(Table 2-26)Mean travel time in minutes by means of transportation by time of arrival at work. The various fields under this table are a cross tabulation of one or more variables. In this table the number of persons 16 years and over who did not work at home is the universe and mean travel time, Means of Transportation and the time leaving home to go to work are the cross tabulations. There are a total of 70 cross tabulations within each standardized geographic region.
(Table 2-27)Standard deviation of travel time in minutes by means of transportation by time of arrival at work. The various fields under this table are a cross tabulation of one or more variables. In this table the number of persons 16 years and over who did not work at home is the universe and standard deviation of travel time, Means of Transportation and the time leaving home to go to work are the cross tabulations. There are a total of 70 cross tabulations within each standardized geographic region.



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