The design and development of a client-server based tool to compute accessibility to sporting facilities in Wales

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    Abstract

    This paper draws on a new database of gymnastics facilities, the use of Two-Step Floating Catchment Area (E2SFCA) techniques, to measure potential accessibility for both private and public transport networks using a web-based tool to collect the network distances for the transport. Plans to incorporate both the public and private networks into a multi-modal approach are outlined, along with open-source web-based solutions to visualise the dataset and results, highlighting the role multi-modal accessibility GIS-based approaches can have an influence on creating future investments and decision making within planning processes of sport facilities
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationPaper presented at the GIS Research UK conference, 22nd July 2020
    PublisherBirkbeck University/UCL
    Number of pages6
    Publication statusPublished - 22 Jul 2020

    Keywords

    • Multi-modal, Potential Accessibility, Two-Step Floating Catchment Area (2SFCA), Wales, GIS

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