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The SmartHubs Accessibility Tool is designed as a user-friendly planning tool designed to assist planners and practitioners in developing and testing mobility hub scenarios. The tool aims to measure amenity accessibility using various modes of transportation (walking, cycling, e-scooters, public transport) to and from mobility hubs. Although the analysis that the tool performs is relatively simple, the tool stands out for its automation and user-friendliness, eliminating the need for GIS software expertise. The approachable interface and automated processes cater to users of all skill levels, while advanced users can download outputs for further analysis in external GIS software. The SmartHubs Accessibility Tool was also used for the impact assessment part of the SmartHubs project. The impact assessment examines the accessibility implications of mobility hubs in each of the living lab cities.

The online version of the SmartHubs Accessibility Tool can be found here:

Online Training Materials

A number of materials are available to help users understand and use the tool. This includes documentation, online instructions, and video tutorials.

SmartHubs Accessibility Tool Deliverable

SmartHubs Deliverable 5.2 is available on the SmartHubs website. This document explains all of the relevant information about the tool, including how the tool was developed and used within the frame of the SmartHubs project. Additionally, Appendix I includes a step-by-step guide to using the tool.

Accessibility Tool Video Tutorials

Demonstrations of the Accessibility Tool can be found below.  The videos cover the basic functionality of the tool, advanced functionality, and instructions for how to run the tool locally on a computer. 

Overview and Basic Functionality

Advanced Functionality

Run the Accessibility Tool Locally on your Machine

Accessibility tool

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