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Modeling Walking Accessibility to Public Transport Terminals: Case Study of Singapore Mass Rapid Transit (2005)
This paper provides an analysis of walking accessibility to public transport terminals.

Walking accessibility is defined as how easy it is to access public transport terminals by walking. Walking effort instead of walking distance or walking time is used to represent the utility of walking as access mode to public transport terminals (Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) stations). This effort is expressed by an equivalent walking distance, which consists of actual walking distance and generalized walking effort. The main objective of this research is to develop walking accessibility measure using equivalent walking distance.


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