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Title: Geographic Accessibility - Providing government servies in an spatially equitable manner: Perspectives for Fire Station location
Authors: Green, C
Keywords: Geographic
Accessibility
Government services
Spatiality
Fire station
Issue Date: Oct-2012
Citation: Green, C. Geographic Accessibility - Providing government servies in an spatially equitable manner: Perspectives for Fire Station location. October 2012
Series/Report no.: Workflow;9748
Abstract: Accessibility analysis models the access of residents to facilities - assuming people will go to their nearest facility for service.If an analysis is done for a large area, this will show whether provision is sufficient and equitable - if both capacity (threshold) and distance parameters are included.
Description: Presention.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/6323
Appears in Collections:Accessibility research
Planning support systems
General science, engineering & technology
General research interest

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