Synopsis—An Integrated Analysis



The previous chapters dealt with the four areas of planning analysis separately while repeatedly emphasizing the connections between them. This chapter will further illustrate these connections through a hands-on exercise.


Census Tract Final Demand Residential Land Trip Purpose Social Accounting Matrix 
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