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Open Source Accessibility Toolkit
The Open Source Accessibility Toolkit is a small package that helps calculate metrics of urban accessibility via different modes of transport, primarily developed by the not-for-profit organisation Noblis. It uses OpenTripPlanner for the bulk of the transport routing work via public transport.
- Project codebase: https://github.com/Noblis/OSAT
- Description of OSAT at Noblis
- Paper on development and sample use of the tool:
- McGurrin, M. F. & Greczner, D. 2011, 'Performance Metrics: Calculating Accessibility Using Open Source Software and Open Data', 11-0230.
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