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Economically Distressed Counties, Parishes and Burroughs in the United States and the NHS Routes Serving Them

New York Percent Population Loss 1970 - 2000 by County

This information is archived data thru 2001. For current data, visit the Demographic Information tab on http://hepgis.fhwa.dot.gov


Map Key Showing Percent Population Loss Legend.

New York State Map Showing Counties with more than 5% loss: Bronx, Broome, Chemung, Erie, Montgomery, Nassau, Niagara, Oneida, and Schenectady. Counties with less than 5% loss: Chautauqua, Herkimer, Kings, New York, Onondaga, St. Lawrence, Seneca, and Steuben. Click for a larger image.

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Counties with more than 5% loss: Bronx, Broome, Chemung, Erie, Montgomery, Nassau, Niagara, Oneida, and Schenectady.

Counties with less than 5% loss: Chautauqua, Herkimer, Kings, New York, Onondaga, St. Lawrence, Seneca, and Steuben

Other New York State Maps:

Percent Unemployment from 1992 - 2001 Showing National Highway System Routes

Percent Unemployment from 1992 - 2001 by County

Percent Population Loss 1970 - 2000 Showing National Highway System Routes

State maps are not scaled.  FHWA does not recommend adoption of these maps as a state policy without appropriate consultation and consideration of state issues.

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Updated: 11/18/2015
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