Designing Accessibility Instruments
Lessons on Their Usability for Integrated Land Use and Transport Planning Practices
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provides a theoretical and professional analysis of the main concepts behind the definition, use and measurement of accessibility;
undertakes a comprehensive inventory and critical analysis of accessibility instruments, focusing on the bottlenecks in their transposition to planning practice;
introduces and applies a novel methodology for the assessment and improvement of the practical use and usefulness of accessibility instruments;
presents six in-depth illustrative case study applications of the methodology, representing a range of cities with different geographical and institutional settings, and different levels of urban and transport planning integration.
The book is supported by a companion website - www.accessibilityplanning.eu - which extrapolates its content to a broader scope and keeps it updated and valid with new iterations of the methodology and further advances on the initial and new case studies.