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CTPP Crash Course. Census Transportation Planning Products program What is the CTPP?. History Background Organizational Structure Data Resources. GPA Conference Fall 2012, September 27, 2012 Penelope Weinberger, CTPP Program Manager, AASHTO. What is the CTPP. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • CTPP Crash CourseCensus Transportation Planning Products programWhat is the CTPP? HistoryBackgroundOrganizational StructureDataResourcesGPA Conference Fall 2012, September 27, 2012 Penelope Weinberger, CTPP Program Manager, AASHTO

  • CTPP is an umbrella program of1. Data Products2. Custom Data Tabulations3. Training4. Technical Assistance5. Research for the transportation community

    CTPPs main focus is on data from U.S. Census Bureau and the American Community Survey (ACS) Census Transportation Planning ProductsWhat is the CTPP

  • OMB required-Metro AreasCoded to City or CountyNo Special TabulationsWhere it all began ~ 1960, JTW Question Arrives

  • FHWA provided table specsDOT funding43 Tables, Caveat Emptor112 Purchasers, Local TAZsAddress coding (DIME) Block levelUrban Transportation Planning Package1970--First Transportation Tables Produced

  • 1970Summarized data by Place of Residence Place of Work Flows from Home to WorkCustom Geography (Local TAZs)Unique Universes (e.g. workers in HHs)Designed and paid for by transportation planners for transportation planners

  • Census Bureau hired JTW staff -- better delivery-- geo QCWork trip imputation (allocation)150 BuyersMore detailed data (more modes, vehicle occupancy, travel time)1980

  • Name changed from UTPP to CTPPWall-to-Wall Coverage (AASHTO/NARC pooled fund)First state packageMore data (departure time, occupancy)Extraction software BTS CD release

    TRB Subcommittee (est. 1998)List Serve (900 strong)Enhanced TAZ Definition processImproved Extraction softwareDisclosure Rules!!!

    1990- 2000Census Transportation Planning Package is born

  • CTPP Fund CommitmentCost1.89 cents per person

    2010 pop estimate done in 2005

    Sheet1

    Alabama$86,952Montana$18,324

    Alaska$13,131Nebraska$33,465

    Arizona$125,564Nevada$50,898

    Arkansas$54,389New Hampshire$26,212

    California$720,140New Jersey$170,604

    Colorado$91,402New Mexico$37,461

    Connecticut$67,678New York$367,828

    Delaware$16,730North Carolina$176,801

    Dist. of Columbia$10,022North Dakota$12,043

    Florida$364,196Ohio$218,994

    Georgia$181,403Oklahoma$67,943

    Hawaii$25,362Oregon$71,717

    Idaho$28,704Pennsylvania$238,069

    Illinois$244,357Puerto Rico$75,671

    Indiana$120,924Rhode Island$21,124

    Iowa$56,940South Carolina$84,121

    Kansas$53,073South Dakota$14,877

    Kentucky$80,686Tennessee$117,873

    Louisiana$87,261Texas$466,299

    Maine$25,674Utah$49,091

    Maryland$111,708Vermont$12,344

    Massachusetts$125,792West Virginia$34,603

    Michigan$197,286Virginia$151,535

    Minnesota$102,546Washington$123,758

    Mississippi$56,212Wisconsin$108,349

    Missouri$112,032Wyoming$9,835

  • CTPP Cost EstimatesGeorgia underpaid $1693.64

    Sheet1

    2010 RESIDENT POPULATION AND CTPP COST ESTIMTES at $0.0189 Per Person

    StateResident Pop(4-1- 2010)2010 CTPP Cost2005 CTPP EstimateChange (savings)Rank by Loss

    California37,253,956$704,099.77$720,140.00-$16,040.231

    Michigan9,883,640$186,800.80$197,286.00-$10,485.202

    Florida18,801,310$355,344.76$364,196.00-$8,851.243

    Arizona6,392,017$120,809.12$125,564.00-$4,754.884

    New Jersey8,791,894$166,166.80$170,604.00-$4,437.205

    Maryland5,773,552$109,120.13$111,708.00-$2,587.876

    Minnesota5,303,925$100,244.18$102,546.00-$2,301.827

    Massachusetts6,547,629$123,750.19$125,792.00-$2,041.818

    Illinois12,830,632$242,498.94$244,357.00-$1,858.069

    New York19,378,102$366,246.13$367,828.00-$1,581.8710

    Louisiana4,533,372$85,680.73$87,261.00-$1,580.2711

    New Hampshire1,316,470$24,881.28$26,212.00-$1,330.7212

    Rhode Island1,052,567$19,893.52$21,124.00-$1,230.4813

    Ohio11,536,504$218,039.93$218,994.00-$954.0714

    Wisconsin5,686,986$107,484.04$108,349.00-$864.9615

    Maine1,328,361$25,106.02$25,674.00-$567.9816

    Vermont625,741$11,826.50$12,344.00-$517.5017

    Virginia8,001,024$151,219.35$151,535.00-$315.6518

    Mississippi2,967,297$56,081.91$56,212.00-$130.0919

    Connecticut3,574,097$67,550.43$67,678.00-$127.5720

    Nevada2,700,551$51,040.41$50,898.00$142.4121

    Delaware897,934$16,970.95$16,730.00$240.9522

    Alaska710,231$13,423.37$13,131.00$292.3723

    Hawaii1,360,301$25,709.69$25,362.00$347.6924

    Montana989,415$18,699.94$18,324.00$375.9425

    West Virginia1,852,994$35,021.59$34,603.00$418.5926

    South Dakota814,180$15,388.00$14,877.00$511.0027

    Iowa3,046,355$57,576.11$56,940.00$636.1128

    North Dakota672,591$12,711.97$12,043.00$668.9729

    Oregon3,831,074$72,407.30$71,717.00$690.3030

    Arkansas2,915,918$55,110.85$54,389.00$721.8531

    Wyoming563,626$10,652.53$9,835.00$817.5332

    Kansas2,853,118$53,923.93$53,073.00$850.9333

    Idaho1,567,582$29,627.30$28,704.00$923.3034

    Nebraska1,826,341$34,517.84$33,465.00$1,052.8435

    Missouri5,988,927$113,190.72$112,032.00$1,158.7236

    Kentucky4,339,367$82,014.04$80,686.00$1,328.0437

    DC601,723$11,372.56$10,022.00$1,350.5638

    New Mexico2,059,179$38,918.48$37,461.00$1,457.4839

    Indiana6,483,802$122,543.86$120,924.00$1,619.8640

    Georgia9,687,653$183,096.64$181,403.00$1,693.6441

    Pennsylvania12,702,379$240,074.96$238,069.00$2,005.9642

    Tennessee6,346,105$119,941.38$117,873.00$2,068.3843

    Oklahoma3,751,351$70,900.53$67,943.00$2,957.5344

    Utah2,763,885$52,237.43$49,091.00$3,146.4345

    South Carolina4,625,364$87,419.38$84,121.00$3,298.3846

    Washington6,724,540$127,093.81$123,758.00$3,335.8147

    Alabama4,779,736$90,337.01$86,952.00$3,385.0148

    North Carolina9,535,483$180,220.63$176,801.00$3,419.6349

    Colorado5,029,196$95,051.80$91,402.00$3,649.8050

    Texas25,145,561$475,251.10$466,299.00$8,952.1051

    US Total308,745,538$5,835,290.64$5,844,332.00-9,041.36

    Puerto Rico3,725,789$70,417.41$75,671.00-5,253.59

    Total312,471,327$5,905,708.05$5,920,003.00-14,294.95

    Sheet1 (2)

    StateResident Pop(4-1- 2010)2010 CTPP Cost2005 CTPP EstimateChange (savings)Rank by Loss

    California37,253,956$704,099.77$720,140.00-$16,040.231

    Michigan9,883,640$186,800.80$197,286.00-$10,485.202

    Florida18,801,310$355,344.76$364,196.00-$8,851.243

    Arizona6,392,017$120,809.12$125,564.00-$4,754.884

    New Jersey8,791,894$166,166.80$170,604.00-$4,437.205

    Maryland5,773,552$109,120.13$111,708.00-$2,587.876

    Minnesota5,303,925$100,244.18$102,546.00-$2,301.827

    Massachusetts6,547,629$123,750.19$125,792.00-$2,041.818

    Illinois12,830,632$242,498.94$244,357.00-$1,858.069

    New York19,378,102$366,246.13$367,828.00-$1,581.8710

    Louisiana4,533,372$85,680.73$87,261.00-$1,580.2711

    Indiana6,483,802$122,543.86$120,924.00$1,619.8640

    Georgia9,687,653$183,096.64$181,403.00$1,693.6441

    Pennsylvania12,702,379$240,074.96$238,069.00$2,005.9642

    Tennessee6,346,105$119,941.38$117,873.00$2,068.3843

    Oklahoma3,751,351$70,900.53$67,943.00$2,957.5344

    Utah2,763,885$52,237.43$49,091.00$3,146.4345

    South Carolina4,625,364$87,419.38$84,121.00$3,298.3846

    Washington6,724,540$127,093.81$123,758.00$3,335.8147

    Alabama4,779,736$90,337.01$86,952.00$3,385.0148

    North Carolina9,535,483$180,220.63$176,801.00$3,419.6349

    Colorado5,029,196$95,051.80$91,402.00$3,649.8050

    Texas25,145,561$475,251.10$466,299.00$8,952.1051

    Puerto Rico3,725,789$70,417.41$75,671.00-5,253.59

  • l All States + DC l AASHTO Ledl Oversight Boardl Five Year period 2011 (12 or 13)AASHTO CTPP ProgramFederal Technical Advisory GroupTRB Subcommittee -- List ServeQuarterly Newsletter -- OutreachSeveral Websites

    Acquire Data and Develop Products49%Research, Training and Outreach39%Manage Program4%Board Discretion8%TOTAL$5,844,332

  • *StatesLaine Heltebridle, PA (Region I)Greg Slater, MD (Region I)Hui Wei Shen, FL (Region II)Juyin Chen, VA (Region II) Phillip Mescher, IA (Region III)Cory Pope, UT (Region IV) Ayalew Adamu, CA (Region IV)MPOsBrian Lasagna, BCAGMell Henderson, MARCArash Mirzaei, NCTCOGGuy Rousseau, ARCClara Reschovsky, MWCOGMaryAnn Waldinger, COMPASS(Shimon Israel, MTC)(A small MPO in the mid west)Ex Officio MembersKen Cervenka, FTAEd Christopher, FHWARich Denbow, AMPOAlison Fields, Census BureauMatt Hardy, AASHTOJonette Kreideweis, ConsultantBrian McKenzie, Census BureauElaine Murakami, FHWAJanet Oakley, AASHTOAlan Pisarski, ConsultantSteven Polzin, USF. CUTR Melanie Rapino, CensusNanda Srinivasan, TRBErika Young NARCLiang Long, Technical AdjunctChair: Jennifer Toth, AZ (Region IV) Vice Chair: Susan Gorski , MI (Region III)AASHTO Liaison: Penelope Weinberger17 voting members: 9 states and 8 MPOsConsensus Decision MakingAASHTO CTPP Oversight Board (ACOB)

  • All States and MPOsTransformation over time

    Buyers/UsersDirect CostTables1960OMBunknownnone1970112$0.6 M431980152$2.0 M821990$2.5 M1202000$3.0 M2032005 +AASHTOConsolidatedPurchase$5.8 MMultiple Products

  • Enter the ACS era 2005--The Long Form goes away- Continuous Survey Methodology- Conducted Monthly- About 1 in 40 Households Sampled per year- 300,000 Households Sampled per month- Same Transportation questions as 2000 Long Form- 3 basic Period Estimates Annual 65K+ 3-year > 20K 5-year, Block Groups and up Smaller sample, Margins of Error (MOE)

  • ACS Transportation Data

  • CTPP ProductsTransportation Profiles for state, county and place CTPP based on 3-Year ACS Data ProductsData access and visualization toolse-Learning Modules and WebinarsComing:CTPP based on 5-year ACS Data ProductsTAZ developmentData access and visualization toolsCommuting in America

  • Profiles2005 2007 ProfilesStates, Counties and Places above 20,000Compares, with signific