Tri-state area

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Tri-state area is an informal term in the United States which can refer to any of multiple areas that lie across three states. When referring to populated areas, the term implies a shared economy or culture among the area's residents, typically concentrated around a central metropolis.

Tri-state areas may or may not include a state boundary tripoint.

Tri-state areas by region[edit]

The following is not an exhaustive list. "Tri-state area" may refer to several additional places in locally understood contexts, such as a business name.





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  1. ^ "Tri-State Leaders Plead for Gun Control, Up School Security After Texas Shooting". NBC New York. NBC New York. 2022-05-25. Retrieved 2022-05-26.
  2. ^ Carroll, Stephen C.; DeTurk, Richard (1968). Regional development guide guide : goals and plan for the Tri-State region. New York, N.Y: Tri-State Transportation Committee, 1968. Retrieved 2022-05-26.
  3. ^ King, Kate (2021-04-15). "Jobs Creep Back in the New York Region as Covid-19 Restrictions Ease". The Wall Street Journal. Retrieved 2022-05-26. Tri-state area's unemployment rate is still higher than national rate
  4. ^ Andone, Dakin; Maxouris, Christina (2020-03-28). "CDC issues travel advisory for New York tri-state area after coronavirus kills more than 2,000". CNN Health. Retrieved 2022-05-26. New York, New Jersey and Connecticut have been placed under a 14-day travel advisory
  5. ^ NYC Department of City Planning (2018-05-22). "City Planning Launches First Interactive Map With Population, Housing and Employment Statistics and Trends Across the Tri-state Area" (Press release). Retrieved 2022-05-26. That includes New York City, nearby portions of New York State, northern New Jersey and southwest Connecticut.
  6. ^ New York Governor's Office (2020-06-24). "Governor Cuomo, Governor Murphy and Governor Lamont Announce Joint Incoming Travel Advisory That All Individuals Traveling from States with Significant Community Spread of COVID-19 Quarantine for 14 Days" (Press release). Retrieved 2022-05-26. The tri-state measure will use uniform parameters and messaging on highways, airports, websites and social media across the three states.
  7. ^ "New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA Metro Area". U.S. Census Bureau. 2022. Retrieved September 26, 2023 – via Census Reporter.
  8. ^ Mendoza, Marie (July 28, 2023). "There's no 'New Yorkland' or 'Bostonland,' so why 'Chicagoland'?". WBEZ. Retrieved September 26, 2023.