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Census Transportation Planning Package (CTPP) 2000
   Overview
Census Transportation Planning Package (CTPP) 2000 is the result of a cooperative effort between American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO), State Departments of Transportation, U.S. Census Bureau, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS), Federal Transit Administration (FTA), and Transportation Research Board (TRB). CTPP data is a special tabulation of responses from households completing the decennial census long form. It contains tabulations by PLACE OF RESIDENCE (Part I), PLACE OF WORK (Part II), and JOURNEY-TO-WORK (Part III). It is the only source of information with summary tabulations available for traffic analysis zones (TAZs) that have been defined by state and regional transportation agencies. These special tabulations are intended to provide data to support a wide range of transportation planning activities at the state and local level. Currently Part I, Part II and Part III data are available for download as ascii files for each state. Some tabulations for Part I and all of PART III are also available for selective download.
   Coverage
CTPP provides state and local data for the 50 States and the District of Columbia.
   Availability
 
 
First Year2000
Last Year2000
FrequencyDecennial
 
   Data Tables
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CTPP 2000 National Tabulations (Ascii File)
This database contains CTPP 2000 National Tabulations. These tables are derived from the long form in Census 2000. The summaries are shown for the nation, large MSAs, and States. The tables are a rich source of information on commute characteristics and socio-economic data from Census 2000. These tables complete the CTPP Suite of products. Part 1 contains residence end data summarizing worker and household characteristics. Part 2 contains place of work data summarizing worker characteristics. Part 3 contains journey-to-work flow data. These tables show only nation, state, and selected MSA geographies. For detailed geography CTPP Tabulations, please use the tables listed below.
CTPP 2000 Part 1: Tables 1 to 17
The CTPP 2000 Part 1 - AT PLACE OF RESIDENCE. Tables 1 to 17. Data can be downloaded by summary level and state for tabulations 1 to 17.
CTPP 2000 Part 1: Tables 18 to 29
The CTPP 2000 Part 1 - AT PLACE OF RESIDENCE. Tables 18 to 29. Data can be downloaded by summary level and state for tabulations 18 to 29.
CTPP 2000 Part 1: Tables 30 to 46
The CTPP 2000 Part 1 - AT PLACE OF RESIDENCE. Tables 30 to 46. Data can be downloaded by summary level and state for tabulations 30 to 46.
CTPP 2000 Part 1: Tables 47 to 73
The CTPP 2000 Part 1 - AT PLACE OF RESIDENCE. Tables 47 to 73. Data can be downloaded by summary level and state for tabulations 47 to 73.
CTPP 2000 Part 1: Tables 74 to 87
The CTPP 2000 Part 1 - AT PLACE OF RESIDENCE. Tables 74 to 87. Data can be downloaded by summary level and state for tabulations 74 to 87.
CTPP 2000 Part 1: Tables 88 to 120
The CTPP 2000 Part 1 - AT PLACE OF RESIDENCE. Tables 88 to 120. Data can be downloaded by summary level and state for tabulations 88 to 120.
CTPP 2000 Part 2: Tables 1 to 17
The CTPP 2000 Part 2 - AT PLACE OF WORK. Tables 1 to 17. Data can be downloaded by summary level and state for tabulations 1 to 17.
CTPP 2000 Part 2: Tables 18 to 29
The CTPP 2000 Part 2 - AT PLACE OF WORK. Tables 18 to 29. Data can be downloaded by summary level and state for tabulations 18 to 29.
CTPP 2000 Part 2: Tables 30 to 46
The CTPP 2000 Part 2 - AT PLACE OF WORK. Tables 30 to 46. Data can be downloaded by summary level and state for tabulations 30 to 46.
CTPP 2000 Part 2: Tables 47 to 66
The CTPP 2000 Part 2 - AT PLACE OF WORK. Tables 47 to 66. Data can be downloaded by summary level and state for tabulations 47 to 66.
CTPP 2000 Part 3
The CTPP 2000 Part 3 - JOURNEY-TO-WORK (JTW) tables provide detailed information about the commute trip from home to work. These tables include the following summary levels: State, State-County, State-County-County Subdivision, State-County-County Subdivision Place, State-Place, State-County-Tract, and Detailed State and MPO geography tables.
CTPP 2000 Part1 (Ascii File)
The CTPP 2000 Part 1 - AT PLACE OF RESIDENCE tables are organized into five distinct groups--Characteristics of persons, Characteristics of Households, Characteristics of All Workers, Characteristics of Workers in Households, and Characteristics of Housing Units. Data documentation and SAS programs are provided in the zipped folder for each state.
CTPP 2000 Part2 (Ascii File)
The CTPP 2000 Part 2 - AT PLACE OF WORK tables are organized into two distinct groups--Characteristics of All Workers, and Characteristics of Workers in Households. Data documentation and SAS programs are provided in the zipped folder for each state.
CTPP 2000 Part3 (Ascii File)
The CTPP 2000 Part 3 - JOURNEY-TO-WORK (JTW) tables provide detailed information about the commute trip from home to work. These tables include the following summary levels: State, State-County, State-County-County Subdivision, State-County-County Subdivision Place, State-Place, State-County-Tract, and Detailed State and MPO geography tables. Each downloadable zip file contains 2 folders, one for data and other for documentation. The data folder further contains a folder for summary levels at the state level, and multiple folders for each MPO in the state.
Data documentation, SAS programs, and MS Access Template are provided in the documentation folder for each state. For questions on these files, contact information is available at http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/ctpp/contact.htm
 
 
   Data Source and Contacts
 
Data Provider AgencyFHWA, BTS, U.S. Census Bureau
Data Provider OfficeCTPP Working Group
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Phone:(800) 853-1351
Email: ritainfo@dot.gov
 



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