Transit Availability Index

The Access to Transit Index is a metric that takes into account transit service frequency, pedestrian friendliness, network distance to transit stops, and number of subzone connections. Each factor is measured individually at the subzone level and an index value is assigned to each subzone. The Transit Accessibility Index is then the average of these four factor indices that have been assigned to each subzone.

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Author Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning
Maintainer Craig Heither
Version 2014
Last Updated October 10, 2017, 21:41
Created January 22, 2015, 23:51