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Check out the beta Census Data Mapper online tool, and access new datasets from the ACS.
New Census Transportation Planning Products tables are available for use by transportation planners.
The contents of tomorrow's Federal Register notice are posted online to the public today.
Pocket Guide to Transportation 2012 and Interactive State Transportation Facts and Figures now available.
New geographic products are available from the Census Bureau today, and FHWA has released resources on using Census data.
USDA's Economic Research Service has released a new tool to access data on people, jobs, and agriculture in rural and small-town America.
TRB has developed a web-based database of case studies that show the economic impacts of already-built projects as a comparative tool for planners.
The CTPP program is offering a series of online training seminars on 3 year ACS and data access software from today through April.
Hans Rosling is a global health and poverty researcher, but his approach to statistics might be useful for planners to borrow from.
The Census Bureau is requesting comments on data geography issues that may affect regional planning, and NHI will offer TAZ delineation web training.
Our site now contains links to resources relating to data sources, performance measurement, project prioritization, and public outreach.
The U.S. resident population was 308 million in 2010. ACS data for small communities were released for the first time.
Web resources from HUD and FHWA offer housing and economic data and a new version of the 2009 National Household Travel Survey.
FHWA has announced a webinar on data integration in linking planning to asset mamnagement, which will occur on 12/16.
HUD's new site aggregates data from public and private sources and allows visitors to view reports on multi-state regions, states, metro areas, and counties.
As the most comprehensive publicly available freight data set , the Framework includes data on goods that move by land, sea and air between large metropolitan areas, states and regions.
The Census Bureau's new reports describe American Communities Survey one-year estimates for a variety of household characteristics.
Last month, NADO released a draft version of a national project to collect program information on regional planning and develompent organizations.