How Demographic Changes Affect Wisconsin's Transportation System
Bureau of Policy Planning and Analysis, Division of Planning and Budget, Wisconsin Department of Transportation, 1983 - Choice of transportation - 26 pages
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AGE Figure Areas Number areas of SMSA Average Persons baby boom Carpooling Census Change in Population Civilian Labor Force CM CM CM CM CO St continue to increase decades Drivers Total Drivers Eau Claire elderly population Employment Status expected to continue Families with Children Families without Children FAMILY BY METRO family households household growth rate HOUSEHOLDS BY CENTRAL income in 1979 Kenosha La Crosse Labor Force Armed Menominee metro and non-metro million Milwaukee County non-metro areas Non-Metro Counties nonfamily households number of drivers number of households oo St Ozaukee Persons Per Household Population by Age POPULATION BY CENTRAL population growth rate population increase PROJECTED NUMBER Racine rH rH rH rH st rural areas Sheboygan showing the percent Single Parent Families St St St suburbs Total Drivers Total Total Households total number total population transit trips URBANIZED AREA POPULATION vanpooling Vilas Washington Counties Waukesha Counties Wausau Wisconsin Department Wisconsin Total