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2016 Newsletters



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The Monthly Economic Indicator report is designed to provide economists and analysts a timely and comprehensive picture of activity on the agency's multi-modal transportation system and the 18-county regional economy. To receive this newsletter via email, please contact aheil@panynj.gov.

Ferries - the story on the Hudson
(June 2016)

BREXIT: What does it mean for the Region?
(May 2016)

New York City's Population Boom
(April 2016)

2015: A Year of Records!
(March 2016)

New York's Construction Boom
(February 2016)

An Uncertain Outlook for 2016
(January 2016)

Autos and Access to Work
(November 2015)

What is your market basket?
(October 2015)

World Trade Slows But NY‐NJ Is Humming
(September 2015)

Stormy Global Seas ahead?
(August 2015)

The Sharing Economy: Impacts and Trends
(July 2015)

Getting to the Airport
(June 2015)

Trading Places: A Brief History of Global Export Patterns
(May 2015)

Construction Costs on the Rise?
(April 2015)

Airline Ticket Prices Stick While Oil Prices Slide
(March 2015)

At Last, Economy Hits the Gas
(February 2015)

Millennials Move to the Cities
(January 2015)

Monthly Economic Indicators Year in Review 2014
(December 2014)

Business Dynamism Nationally and Regionally
(November 2014)

Transit and the Evolving Payment Landscape
(October 2014)

Why Fewer Trucks?
(September 2014)

Lower Ticket Prices and Bigger Planes
(August 2014)

Emerging Diversification in Manhattan's White Collar Employment
(July 2014)

Transportation in a Sharing Economy
(June 2014)

Deflating The Housing Bubble
(May 2014)

The Need for a Regional Goods Movement Program
(April 2014)

Improved Employment Conditions in 2013
(March 2014)

Another Year, Another Drought, but No Crisis … Yet
(February 2014)

Housing: Critical to Growth in 2014
(January 2014)


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