What about the people? Towards an understanding of perceived accessibilities - Part 2

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Day: 4/7/2020
Start / End Time: 5:35 PM / 6:50 PM
Room: Tower Court B, Sheraton, IM Pei Tower, Second Floor Level
Organizers: Anna-Lena Van Der Vlugt, Katrin Lättman
Chairs: Katrin Lättman

Description

Quality of life in cities depends on how public space can be used by citizens. In order to counteract social exclusion through lack of accessibility and its subsequent consequences for health and wellbeing, it is important to recognize accessibility as a basic prerequisite for participation in society, and as the primary objective of sustainable transport planning. In recent years, there has been significant research into the multifaceted nature of accessibility. In addition to classical accessibility perspectives attention has been paid to the individual components of accessibility. However, there is a still a huge research gap in understanding the perceptions of accessibility. With this session, we intend to approach a holistic understanding of perceived accessibility and its consequences for everyday mobility.


Agenda

Type Details Minutes Start Time
Presenter Anders Larsson*, University of Gothenburg, Evangelos Vafeiadis, University of Gothenburg, Are we talking about the same thing? Accessibility as a measure, policy and every-day lived experience 15 5:35 PM
Presenter Jan Peter Glock*, , Julia Gerlach, Dresden University of Technology, Incorporating subjective perceptions of accessibility into GIS-based accessibility modelling – a case study from Berlin 15 5:50 PM
Presenter Anna-Lena Van Der Vlugt*, , Why perceptions matter? Analysis of perceived accessibility in relation to individual attitudes and travel behavior 15 6:05 PM
Presenter Tamer Soylu*, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology - Institute of Transport Studies, Sascha von Behren, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology - Institute of Transport Studies, Bastian Chlond, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology - Institute of Transport Studies, Peter Vortisch, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology - Institute of Transport Studies, Accessible but car dependent? How different spatial forms and personal attitudes create car dependence – an analysis. 15 6:20 PM
Presenter Yaxiong Shao*, Northern Illinois University, Wei Luo, Northern Illinois University, An improved two-step floating catchment area method for measuring spatial accessibility to healthcare 15 6:35 PM

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