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Old Posted Jun 9, 2018, 2:51 AM
Dariusb Dariusb is offline
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IIRC, the Census Bureau also briefly split DFW into to two Metros around the same time that Washington D.C./Baltimore and San Francisco/Oakland/San Jose were each split into two separate Metros. DFW became one again of course, while the other two still remain split.
Isn't how many people a metro has determine how much money they get for projects, etc.?
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Old Posted Jun 9, 2018, 2:52 PM
jowens jowens is offline
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Isn't Dallas-Ft. W one metro? The two cities are only about 30 miles apart.
Yes it is, and they provide numbers for the overall DFW metro area.

All of the very large metro cities that are spread out, ie, Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, San Fran, Miami, etc also are broken down like DFW.

Here is the link to the US Census Bureau with the charts.

https://www.census.gov/data/tables/2...cal-areas.html
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