Forecasting & Modeling

Representative Projects

Port Authority Trans Hudson Commute Capacity

Port Authority Trans Hudson Commute Capacity

Port Authority of New York & New Jersey

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Avenues: The World School Market Assessment

Avenues: The World School Market Assessment

Avenues: The World School

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Nymtc Long Term Demographic & Socioeconomic Forecasting, 2000-2035, 2055 Update

Nymtc Long Term Demographic & Socioeconomic Forecasting, 2000-2035, 2055 Update

New York State Department of Transportation

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NJTPA 2045 Transportation Plan Financial Element

NJTPA 2045 Transportation Plan Financial Element

North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority

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Riverfront47 Market Analysis

Riverfront47 Market Analysis

Alpha Capital

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Jersey City Demographic Study

Jersey City Demographic Study

Jersey City Public Schools

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Whitby School Enrollment Forecasts

Whitby School Enrollment Forecasts

The Whitby School

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Cheshire Public Schools Facility Master Plan

Cheshire Public Schools Facility Master Plan

Cheshire Public Schools

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Port Chester IDA School Multipliers

Port Chester IDA School Multipliers

Village of Port Chester Industrial Development Agency

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Mayor’s Office of Media & Entertainment Music Industry Study

Mayor’s Office of Media & Entertainment Music Industry Study

New York City Mayor’s Office of Media & Entertainment

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Subase New London Joint Land Use Study Implementation Project

Subase New London Joint Land Use Study Implementation Project

Southeast Council of Governments

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Vision42 Economic Impacts Studies & Financing Plan

Vision42 Economic Impacts Studies & Financing Plan

Vision42

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Urbanomics has performed economic and demographic forecasting for major city and state agencies, including the New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and the New York Metropolitan Transportation Council (NYMTC). The firm’s latest 40-year NYMTC forecast series was cross-accepted for use in planning by the Region’s major transportation agencies in October 2020. Urbanomics takes an integrated approach, combining forecasts of local industry employment linked to national models, with cohort-based population projections, and a migration component that calibrates labor supply to demand.

The firm is capable of preparing socioeconomic forecasts across a multitude of geographic boundaries from fine-grained neighborhood or school attendance zones to travel time-based commutation zones and multi-city or county market areas. Urbanomics has prepared customized enrollment forecasts for use in long-term school facility planning, potential customer forecasts for key service sectors, as well as household and population forecasts for assessing future household demand by housing developers.