Commuting Patterns To and From the West Piedmont Planning District

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Commuting Patterns To and From the West Piedmont Planning District

An interesting analysis, especially for those employed within the economic development, human resources, and planning professions, would be where employees who are employed in a jurisdiction or region, such as the West Piedmont Planning District, reside.

An equally valid question would be where these employees are employed (with regard to locality).  OnTheMap, a product of the U.S. Census Bureau which helps to identify commuting patterns, provides an answer.

The following table summarizes where workers residing within the West Piedmont Planning District were employed in 2015, as well as where those employed within the West Piedmont Planning District resided.  Not surprisingly, the top five localities for each category were located within the West Piedmont Planning District.  Please see the following table for a detailed summary of commuting patterns within and outside the West Piedmont Planning District.

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