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Erreichbarkeitsmessung: Theoretische Konzepte und empirische Anwendungen

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  • Hesse, Claudia
  • Bohne, Simon
  • Evangelinos, Christos
  • Püschel, Ronny
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    Die Erreichbarkeitsforschung beschäftigt sich mit der Bewertung von Mobilität von Individuen zwischen Orten im Raum. Zur Quantifizierung der Erreichbarkeit von Städten und Regionen existieren zahlreiche theoretische und empirische Messkonzepte, welche in den letzten Jahrzehnten kontinuierlich weiterentwickelt wurden, um realitätsnahe Bewertungen generieren zu können. Dabei gibt es keine einheitliche Definition von Erreichbarkeit. Im allgemeinen Sprachgebrauch wird Erreichbarkeit zumeist als Lagegunst verstanden, welche bspw. die Ausstattung an Infrastruktur auszudrücken versucht und sich damit vom wissenschaftlichen Begriff der Erreichbarkeit abgrenzt. Dieser Beitrag rückt zunächst das grundsätzliche Konzept der Erreichbarkeit im Personenverkehr mit den wesentlichsten konventionellen Partialindikatoren sowie deren Synthese in den Fokus, bevor sich der individuellen und gleichwohl nutzenbasierten Erreichbarkeitsmessung gewidmet wird. Dabei werden rein physische Indikatoren zur Beschreibung der Verkehrsinfrastrukturausstattung (wie Netzdichte u. a.) ausdrücklich nicht betrachtet. --

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    Paper provided by Dresden University of Technology, Faculty of Transportation and Traffic Sciences "Friedrich List", Institute for Transport and Economics in its series Discussion Papers with number 3/2012.

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    1. Brunow, Stephan & Hirte, Georg, 2005. "Age Structure and Regional Income Growth," Discussion Papers 1/2005, Dresden University of Technology, Faculty of Transportation and Traffic Sciences "Friedrich List", Institute for Transport and Economics.
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