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Perth Metropolitan Region and Mandurah journey to work 1991 [cartographic material] : journey to work and employment by location / produced by Project Mapping Section, Land Information Branch, Ministry for Planning
Bib ID 1678821
Format MapMap
Author
Western Australia. Ministry for Planning
 
Scale Scale [ca. 1:187 000] (E 115°--E 117°/S 31°--S 33°) 
Description Perth, W.A. : The Ministry, 1997 
1 map : col. ; 64 x 66 cm. on sheet 99 x 69 cm. folded to 33 x 23 cm. 
Notes

Panel title.

"June 1997"

"Based on the journey to work (JTW) data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics national census".

Includes 3 inset enlargement maps and text, col. ill. and tables in margin.

Subjects Commuting - Western Australia - Perth - Maps.  |  Commuting - Western Australia - Perth - Statistics.
Time Coverage 1991 

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