Census Data & Reports
|Tract Level GIS files for Assisting in Census 2010 Participant Statistical Areas Program (PSAP)
. Two set of ArcGIS "shp" files are available for use in the PSAP: a tract-level file using the Teleatlas North America (TANA)
tract boundaries; and the same data using the Census Bureau's TIGER 2008 tract boundaries. Data includes Census 2000 counts of households,
household population and total population (TOTHH00, HHPOP00, TOTPOP00); and ABAG Projections 2007 estimates of 2010 households, household
population and total population (TOTHH10, HHPOP10, TOTPOP10). These are files discussed at a 12/4/08 meeting at the ABAG/MTC offices, as
an introduction to the Census Bureau's PSAP program. The files are here:
ftp://ftp.abag.ca.gov/pub/mtc/planning/census/psap/ (Added: December 5, 2008)
|American Community Survey 2007: San Francisco Bay Area: Data Highlights (October 2008) is the second comprehensive report by MTC on the 2007 American Community Survey (ACS). This 30-page report is available in PDF format. (Added: October 2, 2008)|
|American Community Survey
2006: San Francisco Bay Area: Data Highlights (November 2007)
is the second comprehensive report by MTC on the 2006
American Community Survey (ACS). This
81-page report is available in PDF format.
Background Excel workbooks are
also available on our FTP site.
(Added: April 28, 2008)
|American Community Survey
2005: San Francisco Bay Area: Data Summary (July 2007)
is the first comprehensive report by MTC on the 2005 American
Community Survey (ACS). This
132-page report is available in PDF format.
Background Excel workbooks and Word Documents are
(Added: April 17, 2008)
|MTC's special working paper on
Census 2000 and the American Community Survey is entitled: "Disability
in the San Francisco Bay Area: Comparing Data Between Census 2000
and the American Community Survey 2000-2004." This
30-page working paper is available in PDF format.
(New: January 12, 2006)
|MTC's web page on the Census
Transportation Planning Package (CTPP) provides detailed
"journey-to-work" data in GIS and CSV format. Includes new set
of journey-to-work "commuter flow" data released May 2004.
(Updated: May 10, 2004)
|Visit web page
describing MTC Census 2000 Data Summaries.
(Updated: July 18, 2005)
|Web page on County-to-County
Worker Flows in Bay Area and Northern California (Data
Released: March 6, 2003).
(Updated: March 12, 2003)
|Census 2000: CTPP and Census Products
Workshop (January 27, 2003) Presentations
and handouts from this workshop are available.
(New: January 30, 2003)
|Transportation-Related Characteristics from Census 2000 includes new data on average commute duration, means of transportation to work, vehicle ownership patterns, residential mobility, disability, and poverty (New: May 17, 2002)|
|MTC Staff Response to Census Bureau January 16, 2002 Federal Register Notice on the American Community Survey (New: March 8, 2002)|
Transportation-Related Statistics from the C2SS (Census 2000 Supplementary
(Updated: December 11, 2001)
|Visit the Bay Area Census web site (http://www.bayareacensus.ca.gov/) for the latest Census 2000 data, maps, GIS, and historical data comparisons.|
Questions on the development or content of these MTC research reports, working papers and electronic publications can be directed to David Ory of MTC at (510) 817.5755, or e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org; or Mr. Shimon Israel of MTC at (510) 817.5839, or e-mail at: email@example.com. General questions on census data may also be addressed to the MTC library at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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