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  • Accessibility indices for abstract road networks
  • Transport accessibility to regional centres in Slovenia
  • Accessibility ; Central places ; Centrality ; Regionalization ; Slovenia ; Transport ; Transport system
  • The article deals with the transport accessibility of regional centres in Slovenia, which was determined with the analytical model of transport accessibility. In this case the accessibility was defined as the travel time which the inhabitants
  • of Slovene settlements spend driving their cars to the nearest regional centre. The results show areas of various levels of accessibility and the regionalization process of Slovenia according to the criterion of transport accessibility. - (L'A.).
  • The impact of Chinese Shanghai–Nanjing high-speed rail on regional accessibility
  • Accessibility ; China ; Geographical information system ; High speed train ; Impact ; Index ; Railway ; Regional analysis
  • The AA. develop a new method to calculate regional accessibility with GIS, using the Shanghai–Nanjing high-speed rail (SNHR) as an example. They calculate the indexes of normal accessibility, average accessibility and weighted average accessibility
  • before and after SNHR was put into service. They also calculate the changes of the indexes. The results show that the values of all the indexes decrease and that regional accessibility is improved by SNHR. The reduction degrees are not the same in all
  • different places. In addition, the AA. discuss the potential impact of accessibility changes. Accessibility changes will promote sustainable development and regional cooperation. At the same time, as the imbalance of accessibility changes, the gap
  • Accessibility of the railway network in Slovakia
  • Accessibility ; Railway ; Railway network ; Regional disparities ; Slovak Republic ; Transport
  • The aim of this study is to point to the state of the railway network and the position of the railway transport in Slovakia ; to assess the accessibility of the railway in terms of accessibility of the nearest railway station of passenger transport
  • from the individual communes and to point to regional disparities in the matter. Regional disparities in railway accessibility were assessed based on the maximum distance from the commune to the nearest railway station and based on the mean weighted
  • distance from the commune to the nearest railway station. The effect of closing the passenger transport on 15 regional tracks for the level of railway station accessibility was also assessed. - (BJ)
  • Accessibility and residential land value uplift : identifying spatial variations in the accessibility impacts of a bus transitway
  • Accessibility ; Australia ; Land ; Land value ; Neighbourhood effect ; New South Wales ; Regression analysis ; Spatial variation ; Suburbs ; Sydney ; Urban transport
  • This paper quantifies land value uplift and its spatial distribution for accessibility to different destinations for residential properties around a new-build Liverpool Parramatta transitway for buses in a suburban area of south-west Sydney
  • , Australia. Results indicate that property prices are mainly determined by the property’s internal features and the neighbourhood effects, but accessibility by car and accessibility to employment along the transitway also contribute nonmarginally
  • . The Geographically weighted regression model shows that accessibility varies significantly over geographical space demonstrating the advantages of this approach.
  • Accessibility of selected boundary regions in Slovakia
  • Accessibility ; Frontier region ; Infrastructure ; Personal transport ; Poland ; Public transport ; Regional development ; Slovak Republic ; Transport ; Ukraine
  • This paper presents accessibility of selected boundary regions in Slovakia-Orava, and Humenné located near the boundary with Poland, and region Humenné bordering also Ukraine. The paper discusses effects of transport infrastructure and regional
  • accessibility on the regional development and the role of different barriers in the development of transport infrastructure. Accessibility of selected regions has been studied from two different aspects: public transport accessibility and individual automobile
  • transport accessibility and at three different spatial levels i.e. the accessibility of selected boundary regions from other countries, of regional centres, and of individual municipalities in regions from regional centres. – (BJ)
  • Characterising urban sprawl on a local scale with accessibility measures
  • Accessibility ; Indicator ; Land use ; Measurement ; South Korea ; Urban function ; Urban geography ; Urban morphology ; Urban sprawl
  • The study aims to develop and operationalise accessibility-based sprawl indicators. It employs two accessibility-based indicator categories and develops their measures : accessibilities to urban functions and open spaces. The index shaws a clear
  • Public access, commons and village greens
  • Welfare and retail accessibility
  • Accessibility and supply constraints in the urban housing market
  • Access to Landsat data
  • Comments on Orloff's net accessibility model-reply
  • Accessibility to services in the Argyll district of Strathclyde: a locational model
  • Gravity demand functions, accessibility and regional trade
  • How can we measure spatial accessibility of the territory of Poland ?
  • Accessibility ; Commodity ; Form of transport ; Methodology ; Passengers ; Poland ; Research ; Time-distance ; Transport ; Transport network
  • The AA. present some results of ongoing research that have been carried out at the IGSO PAS in 2007 and 2008. The projects led to development of methods of calculating time accessibility and the multimodal potential accessibility indicator
  • of the area of Poland. The time accessibility is measured by using the isochronic-based and distance-based accessibility measures. The multimodal potential accessibility indicator is meant to be utilized, for evaluating the possible effects of construction
  • Relative accessibility of urban centres in the Brahmaputra Valley
  • An integrated approach to measuring potential spatial access to health care services
  • Accessibility ; Index ; Market area ; Medical services ; Service ; Spatial analysis ; United States
  • The A. presents an integrated approach to measure potential spatial access to health care services. The final index starts with an initial gravity formulation and progresses through successive stages. It is applied to the ambulatory medical care
  • Mass transit and beach access in New York city
  • Les plages bien desservies par les transports publics ou accessibles par autoroute attirent d'une manière disproportionnée les classes pauvres de la population new-yorkaise. Des mesures pour élargir l'éventail des plages accessibles sont proposées
  • The accessibility of European cities : theoretical framework and comparison of approaches
  • Accessibility ; Concept ; Definition ; Form of transport ; Indicator ; Measurement ; Network ; Transport cost
  • The results of seven studies are compared. The comparison is focused on two aspects : the rankings of the cities as a result of the different conceptualizations and the type of infrastructure involved; and the equity in accessibility given
  • Accessibility of peripheral regions : a case of Czechia
  • Accessibility ; Car ; Czech Republic ; Microregion ; Peripheral region ; Public transport ; Transport
  • This paper presents the accessibility of peripheral regions in the Czech Republic after the period of transformation, which caused the differences between the core and the peripheral regions even on the micro-regional level. The tendency