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Questionnaire - Meta-Accessibility Website

The purpose of the Meta-Accessibility Website is an open collection and categorization of a wide range of accessibility instruments. The aim is to have a complete picture of the different instruments available and therefore provide planners, decision-makers and researchers a good overview of the state-of-art. 

If you or your organization are developing an accessibility instrument and you want to be listed on the homepage, we would like to ask you to fill out the following questionnaire. Based on your information your tool will be listed on the homepage.

(This question is mandatory)
Name of the instrument
(This question is mandatory)
Describe your accessibility instrument briefly.
max. 800 characters. This text will be visible on the main page of the website.
Please upload an image or a map that characterizes your instruments (image will be used on the main page of the website).
Max. file size: 10mb. Filetypes: png, gif, jpg. If the upload is not possible, you can also email the image to
Which geographical area is covered?
What is the spatial unit of analysis?
Which of these types apply to your instrument?
Which kind of accessibility measures are you considering? 
Which opportunities do you consider in your instrument? 
Which transport modes are included? 
Which level of expertise is required to use the instrument? 
How accessible is your instrument?
Who is the developer? 
What are the target groups? 
If there are any references (e.g. technical report, guideline and articles) about your instrument, you can add them here (one per line). 

Please add the first reference here, then space for more will pop up.

If possible, follow this style: Büttner, B.; Kinigadner, J.; Ji., C.; Wright, B.; Wulfhorst, G. (2018): The TUM Accessibility Atlas: Visualizing Spatial and Socioeconomic Disparities in Accessibility to Support Regional Land-Use and Transport Planning. In: Networks and Spatial Economics, January 2018, Pages 1-30.

All further references can be added here. Please use a new line for each.
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