Economic Impact of Cycling in Minnesota

נשלח 1 במרץ 2011, 0:35 על ידי Sustainability Org   [ עודכן 1 במרץ 2011, 0:40 ]
 Minnesota is the latest state to report on the economic impact of bicycling. A study by the University of Minnesota Tourism Center concludes that "When combined with trip expenditures, annual spending on equipment produced trail- related spending of some $481.0 million statewide. Gross sales by local businesses (net of imports) reached $549.1 million. The contribution of this spending to GSP amounted to $291.0 million. The job impacts were 5,880 jobs and $161.0 million in labor compensation (wages and salaries plus benefits). State and local tax revenues from all sources were estimated at $40.6 million."

Source: League of America Bicyclists

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