2 edition of Fort Worth metropolitan area transportation study found in the catalog.
Fort Worth metropolitan area transportation study
Alan M. Voorhees and Associates Incorporated.
by Alan M. Voorhees and Associates Incorporated
Written in English
|Series||Technical report no. 2|
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Interactive Public Input ; Mobility Get Involved: Metropolitan Transportation Plan. With a gross metropolitan product of about $ billion, Dallas-Fort Worth is currently the sixth-largest economy in the United States, and the area is. A metropolitan statistical area (MSA), formerly known as a standard metropolitan statistical area (SMSA), is the formal definition of a metropolitan area as established by the U.S.
Office of Management and Budget. Metropolitan statistical areas serve to group counties and cities into specific geographic.