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Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX D - SOURCES FOR TIME-SERIES DATASET." Transportation Research Board. 1998. Trends in Single Occupant Vehicle and Vehicle Miles of Travel Growth in the United States: Final Report. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/6355.
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Appendix D - Sources for Time-Series Dataset D t C t I ~ ~ l Pa at a agony - ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Source ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Trips and Mode Share | New York Metropolitan Transport; action Council, Hub-Bound Travel l reports, 1971-1994. Popu ratio n and Em ployment | Popu ration: U S Department of C om m erce, Bu reau of Econ om ic l Analysis. | Labor Force: US Department of l abor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. | CMSA Employment: New York ~ letropolitan Transportation Council, Regional Transportation Statistical Report 1982, Table 21, and Regional Transportation Statistical Report 1994, Table 31. | PMSA employment: US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. New York City employment: US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. | Manhattan employment: New Ye Irk Metropolitan Transportation Council, Regional Transportation Statistical Report 1982, Table 21, and Regional Transportation Statistical Report 1994, Table 31. CBD employment: New York Metropolitan Transportation Council, Hub-Bound Travel 1994. Income US Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis (all series downloaded from DRI online service) Private Vehicle and Public Registered passenger vehicles: Total passenger car registrations in Transit Level of Service New York CMSA, New York Metropolitan Transportation Council, Regional Transportation Statistical Report 1982, Table 15, and Regional Transportation Statistical Report 1994, Table 15. Quality adjusted new car prices: Calculations by Charles River Associates based on data from American Automobile Manufacturers Association, Facts & Figures 1995. | Gasoline price: Average pump F rice of regular unleaded for New York CMSA, Bureau of Labor Statistics series APUA101 74714. Average toll: computed as the average bridge/tunnel toll on the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority toll facilities, weighted by relative usage statistics in New York Metropolitan Transportation Council, Hub-Bound Travel 1994. Bus VMT: Total bus hubodometer mileage, data supplied by MTA New York City Transit Department of Buses. . . .

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