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Maps

The following are a series of maps designed to assist in the analysis of transportation mobility and access concerning the federally recognized American Indian Reservations located within the states participating in the SURTCOM program. 

The SURTCOM Area and Federally Recognized American Indian Reservations map provides  an overview of the demographics of all of the Federally Recognized American Indian Reservations located within the SURTCOM study area. The data is broken down by state and gives population information for both American Indians by state, and the percentages of American Indians by reservation. This map is meant to give the reader an idea of who the populations we are serving are and where they are located. 

 SURTCOM Area and Federally Recognized American Indian Reservations

The Federally Recognized American Indian Reservations and US Highways in SURTCOM States map gives the reader an overview of both the interstate highways, as well as, the state highway systems located within the SURTCOM states. This map is important because it shows the level of accessibility to one of the most abundant forms of travel for populations located on reservations, especially those located within rural areas. This map has been used to estimate travel times to and from many of the reservations we are currently serving

Federally Recognized American Indian Reservations and US Highways in SURTCOM States

The Federally Recognized American Indian Reservations and Population Centers (>100k) map gives an overview of the major population centers (SMSA's over 100,000) located in and around the SURTCOM study area. This map highlights where many of the important resources, including healthy foods, medical care, clothing can be found. This map shows where the populations of the reservations in our study area may be traveling to, which makes it another important layer of mobility for American Indians living in the SURTCOM states.


Federally Recognized American Indian Reservations and Population Centers (>100k)

 The Federally Recognized American Indian Reservations and Tribal Colleges in SURTCOM States map gives an overview of all of the Tribal Colleges located in and around the SURTCOM states. Like the population centers map, is important because it shows us where many people located on reservations may be traveling to. This is, again, an important layer of data when examining Tribal Mobility within the SURTCOM study area.

Federally Recognized American Indian Reservations and Tribal Colleges in SURTCOM States

 

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