TUM Accessibility Atlas

TUM Accessibility Atlas

The TUM Accessibility Atlas is a multi-modal GIS-based instrument specifically developed for decision-making in the Munich Metropolitan Region. Hence, thematic datasets and measures (e.g. ... More

StationsRadar

StationsRadar

StationsRadar is an open web-based planning support tool intended to support integrated land use and transport strategy-making, with a geographical focus on railway stations and their area... More

GOAT

GOAT

GOAT stands for Geo Open Accessibility Tool. This web-instrument is meant to be open source, interactive, flexible and useful for accessibility planning. It is under development at the Cha... More

SoSINeTI - Social Spatial Changes because of New Transport Infrastructure

SoSINeTI - Social Spatial Changes because of New Transport Infrastructure

The instrument measures different types of accessibility. First travel times between municipalities are measured. Also these travel times are compared over years to have an overall view. A... More

SNAPTA - Spatial Network Analysis of Public Transport Accessibility

SNAPTA - Spatial Network Analysis of Public Transport Accessibility

Spatial Network Analysis of Public Transport Accessibility (SNAPTA) is a GIS - based accessibility instrument that relies on a package of different measures to quantify spatial accessibili... More

ACCALC - Database suite for calculation of UK accessibility statistics

ACCALC - Database suite for calculation of UK accessibility statistics

The basic concepts in ACCALC are that it is a relational database helping planners to manage large and complex data sets and to output meaningful accessibility indicators (DfT 2011). Versi... More

Conveyal

Conveyal

Conveyal is a web-based tool that enables users to create detailed scenarios, then rapidly evaluate them in terms of accessibility. It automatically builds multi-modal networks for metropo... More

ATI - From Accessibility to the Land Development Potential

ATI - From Accessibility to the Land Development Potential

The proposed instrument defines the accessibility to technical infrastructure at the strategic level of spatial planning. Accessibility to technical infrastructure is in the first stage de... More

MARS – Metropolitan Activity Relocation Simulator

MARS – Metropolitan Activity Relocation Simulator

The main innovation in MARS is that the different reaction speeds of the two systems (passenger transport system and land use system) are taken into consideration. These different speeds g... More

IMaFa - Isochrone Maps to Facilities

IMaFa - Isochrone Maps to Facilities

One of the main motivations of the IMaFa accessibility instrument is to assess the level of service of public transport when accessing shopping centres in the MetroSur influence area. Howe... More

PST – Place Syntax Tool

PST – Place Syntax Tool

Place Syntax Tool (PST) is an application for the desktop software MapInfo. Place syntax introduces the possibility to conduct descriptions and analyses of accessibility from a life-world... More

TRACC

TRACC

A multi-modal travel accessibility tool that allows editing of network data to produce what-if scenarios and utilises detailed demographic data. Over 500 users worldwide from local to cent... More

European Rail Accessibility Model

European Rail Accessibility Model

The European Rail Accessibility Model developed at the Chair of Urban Development, Technical University of Munich tracks and projects changes of accessibility induced by the development of... More

Accessibility Impact Measurement (AIM)

Accessibility Impact Measurement (AIM)

This tool is intended for the accessibility-based evaluation of specific transportation and land-use projects. For land-use projects, a population and employment increase must be associate... More

Erreichbarkeitsportal

Erreichbarkeitsportal

A publicly available web page that includes around 200 accessibility indicators in the Hamburg Metropolitan Region (100-meter and 500-meter grid). The analyses consists of distance, cumula... More

PAC - Perceived Accessibility Scale

PAC - Perceived Accessibility Scale

The PAC is a psychometric scale which evaluates the individuals´own perceptions of accessibility either for daily travel in general, or by a specific transport mode or combinations of mode... More

SNAMUTS - Spatial Network Analysis for Multimodal Urban Transport Systems

SNAMUTS - Spatial Network Analysis for Multimodal Urban Transport Systems

SNAMUTS is a GIS-based tool to assess the relationship between public transport network configuration, performance and service standards on the one hand, and the geographical distribution ... More

TRACE - Retail Cluster Accessibility

TRACE - Retail Cluster Accessibility

TRACE - Retail Cluster Accessibility was designed to analyse the retail landscape of Flanders and as a possible aid for developing a new restrictive retail policy based on spatial planning... More

ASAMeD

ASAMeD

The instruments presented here are: Spatial Integration Accessibility (SIA) and Angular Segment Analysis by Metric Distance (ASAMD) and they both belong to the wider theoretical and method... More

Accessibility Tool for Road and Public Transport Travel Time Analysis in Västra Götaland

Accessibility Tool for Road and Public Transport Travel Time Analysis in Västra Götaland

The instrument calculates travel time for car and public transport to one or many selected destinations with a 500 m geographical resolution for the entire Västra Götaland region. It is ... More

ABICA – Activity Based Indicators of Connections and Access Needs

ABICA – Activity Based Indicators of Connections and Access Needs

This instrument may be applied purposefully in planning as well as in scientific context. Representing ‘actual’ behaviours can supplement and provide a basis for interpretation accessibili... More

HIMMELI

HIMMELI

The model HIMMELI consists of two major modules: (1) an initialisation module and (2) a simulation module. The initialisation module includes all functions that read all the input data for... More

MoSC – Measures of Street Connectivity – Spatialist Lines

MoSC – Measures of Street Connectivity – Spatialist Lines

Spatiality_lines aims at contributing a way of measuring how a street grid becomes metrically denser or sparser, more or less intelligible and more or less easily accessible. One practical... More

InViTo – Interactive Visualization Tool

InViTo – Interactive Visualization Tool

The instrument developed by SiTI, called InViTo (acronym of Interactive Visualization Tool), aims to provide a visual interactive support to large scale planning processes. The tool is int... More

GraBAM

GraBAM

The accessibility instrument GraBAM (Gravity-Based Accessibility Measures) can be used to answer the following planning question: ‘Who reaps the benefits from investments in the transport ... More

JAD – Joint-Accessibility Design

JAD – Joint-Accessibility Design

The Joint Accessibility Design framework consists of a methodology that uses accessibility mapping to enhance coherent decision-making between urban and mobility planning. Accessibility ma... More

MaReSi SC – Method for Arriving at Maximus Recommendable Size of Shopping Centres

MaReSi SC – Method for Arriving at Maximus Recommendable Size of Shopping Centres

This instrument has been developed by the planning authorities in Oslo, in order to help dimension shopping centres in the municipality in accordance with their overall plan for developmen... More

GDATI – Geographic Demographic Accessibility of Transport Infrastructure

GDATI – Geographic Demographic Accessibility of Transport Infrastructure

The Geographic/Demographic Accessibility of Transport Infrastructure GDATI instrument assesses the public transport system in relation to its features (such as number of stops, length of r... More

SAL – Structural Accessibility Layer

SAL – Structural Accessibility Layer

The SAL tool is a geographical representation of comparative accessibility levels by types of transport modes to different types of opportunities generating travel. It is based on the conc... More

UrbCA - Celular Automata Modeling for Accessibility Appraisal in Spatial Plans

UrbCA - Celular Automata Modeling for Accessibility Appraisal in Spatial Plans

UrbCA is a dynamic model that simulates land use change over a space divided into irregular cells designed from the traditional census blocks. Cells have at each moment a given cell state ... More