New York County Case Study

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There is over 62 counties in New York State, through this study we will look through the four of New York counties and analyze the population growth and the growth or decline of each counties. The four counties that selected were Albany, New York, Kings, and Erie County. Each county has it unique aspects, from analyzing the CTPP data we can look closely at the growth. This exercise we would be using the CTPP websites and download profile spreadsheets for four New York State counties using the interface tool. From this spreadsheet, we would be comparing the socio demographic characteristics, travel behaviors, and etc. for the population of the counties. Albany, New York is the capital of New York State. Albany County included Troy, Schenectady,…show more content…
The locally run bus company CDTA provided free bus ride to faculty and students of higher institution, they just need to swipe their school identification card to enjoy the benefits. Residents relatively drive to work from, 76.8 to 76.6. Public transportation 5.3 to 5.1, bike .2 to .4 and taxi, motorcycle and other means from.6 to 1.1.
New York County (Manhattan) is a New York City five administrative region and one of the most densely populated, but also the smallest boroughs. Composed mainly of an island, it is surrounded by the East River, Hudson River, and Harlem River. Manhattan has been described as the entire US economy and cultural center, the world 's largest concentration of skyscrapers.
New York County area includes the entire island of Manhattan, and also includes a small portion of some islands, such as Roosevelt Island. New York County is most important commercial, and financial agencies with Wall Street in Lower Manhattan is the world 's most important financial center, the New York Stock Exchange and NASDAQ, and the Manhattan real estate market is also one of most expensive in the
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New York (Manhattan) and Kings (Brooklyn) County are both part of New York City are densely populated. They both relied on transportation to commute throughout the city, and from studies, it shows that the demand for public transportation, biking and walking has significantly increased for the past 10 years. While both Albany and Erie County, both counties flourished at the same period as trading post and decline dramatically after the closing of industry. From studies, it shows that the demand for public transportation, biking and walking has significantly increased for the past 10
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