This dataset contains projected employment figures from Transport for NSW’s Travel Zone Projection 2016 (TZP2016) model version 1.51.
This new version (1.51) provides an update to the previous TZP2016 version 1.3 bringing in updated baseline data including ‘place of employment’ data from the 2016 National Census.
The data includes:
• Employment at place of work by 33 ANZSIC Industry classifications or 4 Industry Groupings
The TZP2016 version 1.51 projections reflect the Sydney Greater Metropolitan Area (GMA) and are provided on a 5-yearly basis for the period 2016-2056. Note that
2011 data is not part of this projection series. The data shown for 2011 are historical data using Travel Zone boundaries in place in 2012.
Detailed information of the model and data can be found in the Technical Guide .
Additional land use information for population and workforce as well as Travel Zone boundaries for the Sydney GMA are also available for download on the Open Data Hub.
A visualisation of the employment projections is available on the Transport for NSW Website under Forecasts and Projections .
Please refer to the data caution “flag” column in the TZ level Employment Summary spreadsheet in the Data and Resources section below – a flag indicates Travel Zones where manual adjustments were made due to issues identified with either geographic concordance or raw data inputs.
When modelling a potential future land use distribution, it should be understood there is no one single future or a single way to interpret the available data. TPA’s Travel Zone projections seek to represent the most likely future trends for the GMA, based on current data, trends and an understanding of policy/structural changes. They use a “statistical, population-based time series” modelling approach. They provide “fit for purpose” projections that are designed to assist with transport planning, modelling, and the development of business cases for major transport infrastructure and other strategic purposes.
It should be noted that projections for the distant future are significantly more difficult to provide with certainty. Transport's TZP projections between 2021 and 2036 are supported by various forecasts and strategic plans from both government and non-government organisations. For projections after 2036, there is limited relevant input data available and the model has developed projections in line with identified trends.
Please note, these TZPs were developed for city-wide strategic planning, they should be considered estimates only at the low geographic (Travel Zone/ SA2) levels.
2016 NSW Department of Planning and Environment Population and Household Projections (Main series)
2016 ABS Census of Population and Housing
2016 ABS Census data on population growth, employment by industry/region/place, and journey to work
2018 ABS Labour Force Survey
Data and Resources –updated as at June 2019
Note: TZP 2016 v1.51 dataset below is in 2011 geography. The dataset is also available in 2016 geography upon request. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Data and Resources
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