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    Access Across America: Auto 2021 Data
    (2023-09-21) Owen, Andrew; Liu, Shirley Shiqin; Jain, Saumya; Hockert, Matthew; Lind, Eric; owenx148@umn.edu; Owen, Andrew; University of Minnesota Center for Transportation Studies, Accessibility Observatory
    These data were created as part of a study that examined the accessibility to jobs by auto in the 50 largest (by population) metropolitan areas in the United States. The data include access at realistic observed driving speeds by time of day and road segment. The underlying speed data inputs restrict data sharing to participating sponsor states. The data available describe access to jobs by auto in the states/districts of California, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Florida, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, Texas; and the metropolitan areas within these states. These data are part of a longitudinal study. Auto data for additional years can be found in the Accessibility Observatory Data collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/200592
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    Access Across America: Transit 2021 Data
    (2023-08-31) Owen, Andrew; Liu, Shirley Shiqin; Jain, Saumya; Hockert, Matthew; Lind, Eric; owenx148@umn.edu; Owen, Andrew; University of Minnesota Center for Transportation Studies, Accessibility Observatory
    These data were created as part of a study that examined the accessibility to jobs by transit across the United States. It is the most detailed evaluation to date of access to jobs by transit, and it allows for a direct comparison of the transit accessibility performance of America's metropolitan areas. These data are part of a longitudinal study. Transit data for additional years can be found in the Accessibility Observatory Data collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/200592
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    Access Across America: Bike 2021 Data
    (2023-08-28) Owen, Andrew; Liu, Shirley Shiqin; Jain, Saumya; Hockert, Matthew; Lind, Eric; owenx148@umn.edu; Owen, Andrew; University of Minnesota Center for Transportation Studies, Accessibility Observatory
    These data were created as part of a study that examined the accessibility to jobs by bicycling across the United States. It is the most detailed evaluation to date of access to jobs by biking, and incorporates a Level of Traffic Stress analysis to allow calculation of access to jobs on bike networks of different traffic stress tolerances. This dataset allows for a direct comparison of the biking accessibility performance of America's largest metropolitan areas. These data are part of a longitudinal study. Previous datasets (Access Across America: Bike 2019) are available at https://conservancy.umn.edu/handle/11299/218194.
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    Access Across America: Bike 2019 Data
    (2021-01-29) Owen, Andrew; Murphy, Brendan; aowen@umn.edu; Owen, Andrew; University of Minnesota Center for Transportation Studies, Accessibility Observatory
    These data were created as part of a study that examined the accessibility to jobs by bicycling in the 50 largest (by population) metropolitan areas in the United States. It is the most detailed evaluation to date of access to jobs by biking, and incorporates a Level of Traffic Stress analysis to allow calculation of access to jobs on bike networks of different traffic stress tolerances. This dataset allows for a direct comparison of the biking accessibility performance of America's largest metropolitan areas. These data are part of a longitudinal study. Access Across America: Bike 2017 data are available at https://conservancy.umn.edu/handle/11299/211418, however the 2017 version of this dataset was produced without implementation of Level of Traffic Stress analysis, and the methodologies differ substantially.
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    Access Across America: Transit 2019 Data
    (2021-01-26) Murphy, Brendan; Owen, Andrew; aowen@umn.edu; Owen, Andrew; University of Minnesota Center for Transportation Studies, Accessibility Observatory
    These data were created as part of a study that examined the accessibility to jobs by transit in the 50 largest (by population) metropolitan areas in the United States. It is the most detailed evaluation to date of access to jobs by transit, and it allows for a direct comparison of the transit accessibility performance of America's largest metropolitan areas. These data are part of a longitudinal study. Transit data for additional years can be found in the Accessibility Observatory Data collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/200592
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    Access Across America: Auto 2018 Data
    (2020-01-31) Murphy, Brendan; Owen, Andrew; aowen@umn.edu; Owen, Andrew; University of Minnesota Center for Transportation Studies, Accessibility Observatory
    These data were created as part of a study that examined the accessibility to jobs by auto in the 50 largest (by population) metropolitan areas in the United States. It is the most detailed evaluation to date of access to jobs by auto, and it allows for a direct comparison of the auto accessibility performance of America's largest metropolitan areas. These data are part of a longitudinal study. The data available describe access to jobs by auto in the states of Arkansas, California, District of Columbia, Florida, Illinois, Iowa, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina, Tennessee, Washington, and Virginia, and the metropolitan areas within these states.
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    Access Across America: Transit 2018 Data
    (2020-01-31) Owen, Andrew; Murphy, Brendan; aowen@umn.edu; Owen, Andrew; University of Minnesota Center for Transportation Studies, Accessibility Observatory
    These data were created as part of a study that examined the accessibility to jobs by transit in the 50 largest (by population) metropolitan areas in the United States. It is the most detailed evaluation to date of access to jobs by transit, and it allows for a direct comparison of the transit accessibility performance of America's largest metropolitan areas. These data are part of a longitudinal study. Transit data for additional years can be found in the Accessibility Observatory Data collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/200592
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    Access Across America: Transit 2017 Data
    (2018-10-08) Owen, Andrew; Murphy, Brendan; aowen@umn.edu; Owen, Andrew; University of Minnesota Center for Transportation Studies, Accessibility Observatory
    These data were created as part of a study that examined the accessibility to jobs by transit in 49 of the 50 largest (by population) metropolitan areas in the United States. It is the most detailed evaluation to date of access to jobs by transit, and it allows for a direct comparison of the transit accessibility performance of America's largest metropolitan areas. These data are part of a longitudinal study. Access Across America: Transit 2016 data are available at https://conservancy.umn.edu/handle/11299/195065. Access Across America: Transit 2015 data are available at https://conservancy.umn.edu/handle/11299/183801. Access Across America: Transit 2014 data are available at http://hdl.handle.net/11299/168064.
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    Access Across America: Transit 2016 Data
    (2018-03-28) Owen, Andrew; Murphy, Brendan; aowen@umn.edu; Owen, Andrew; University of Minnesota Center for Transportation Studies, Accessibility Observatory
    These data were created as part of a study that examined the accessibility to jobs by transit in 49 of the 50 largest (by population) metropolitan areas in the United States. It is the most detailed evaluation to date of access to jobs by transit, and it allows for a direct comparison of the transit accessibility performance of America's largest metropolitan areas. These data are part of a longitudinal study; Access Across America: Transit 2015 data are available at https://conservancy.umn.edu/handle/11299/183801. Access Across America: Transit 2014 data are available at http://hdl.handle.net/11299/168064.
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    Access Across America: Transit 2015 Data
    (2017-02-02) Owen, Andrew; Levinson, David M; Murphy, Brendan; aowen@umn.edu; Owen, Andrew
    These data were created as part of a study that examined the accessibility to jobs by transit in 49 of the 50 largest (by population) metropolitan areas in the United States. It is the most detailed evaluation to date of access to jobs by transit, and it allows for a direct comparison of the transit accessibility performance of America's largest metropolitan areas. These data are part of a longitudinal study; Access Across America: Transit 2014 data are available at http://hdl.handle.net/11299/168064.
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    Access Across America: Walk 2014 Data
    (2015-08-21) Owen, Andrew; Murphy, Brendan; Levinson, David M; aowen@umn.edu; Owen, Andrew; University of Minnesota Accessibility Observatory
    These data were created as part of a study that examined the accessibility to jobs by walking in the 53 largest (by population) metropolitan areas in the United States. It is the most detailed evaluation to date of access to jobs by walking, and it allows for a direct comparison of the walking accessibility performance of America's largest metropolitan areas.
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    Access Across America: Transit 2014 Data
    (2014-12-05) Owen, Andrew; Levinson, David M; aowen@umn.edu; Owen, Andrew; University of Minnesota Accessibility Observatory
    This data was created as part of a study that examined the accessibility to jobs by transit in 46 of the 50 largest (by population) metropolitan areas in the United States. It is the most detailed evaluation to date of access to jobs by transit, and it allows for a direct comparison of the transit accessibility performance of America's largest metropolitan areas.