This chapter, explores the fairness of the transport-land use system in Fainstein's 'exemplary city'. Her analysis beyond the boundaries of the city itself to encompass the entire area governed by the City Region of Amsterdam, a cooperation of sixteen municipalities. She focus on the region for two reasons. First, since Amsterdam is a major economic center, it provides employment and services to a much larger region. This in itself warrants an analysis of the fairness of the transport-land use system at the regional level. Second, for many years the city region has held important responsibilities regarding the planning of the transportation system in the entire area. The region would thus be an appropriate governmental organization to take up transportation planning based on principles of justice. The data requirements of transportation planning based on principles of justice are relatively modest in scope. They are limited to data sets available in an increasing number of cities and regions around the world.