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This is the homebase of Geo Open Accessibility Tool (GOAT). GOAT is meant to be an open source, interactive, flexible and useful web-tool for accessibility planning. Currenty the tool is maintained by the Startup Plan4Better and the Technical University of Munich (TUM).

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Scientific Publications

If you are interested in scientific publications related to GOAT check out the following:

Pajares, E.; Büttner, B.; Jehle, U.; Nichols, A.; Wulfhorst, G. Accessibility by proximity: Addressing the lack of interactive accessibility instruments for active mobility. J. Transp. Geogr. 2021, 93, 103080,

Pajares, E.; Muñoz Nieto, R.; Meng, L.; Wulfhorst, G. Population Disaggregation on the Building Level Based on Outdated Census Data. ISPRS Int. J. Geo-Inf. 2021, 10, 662.

Pajares, E., Jehle, U., 2021. GOAT: Ein interaktives Erreichbarkeitsinstrument zur Planung der 15-Minuten-Stadt, in: Flächennutzungsmonitoring XIII: Flächenpolitik - Konzepte - Analysen - Tools, IÖR Schriften. Rhombos-Verlag, Berlin, pp. 265–273.

Pajares, E., Jehle, U., Hall, J., Miramontes, M., Wulfhorst, G., 2022. Assessment of the usefulness of the accessibility instrument GOAT for the planning practice. Journal of Urban Mobility 2, 100033.

Jehle, U., Pajares, E., Analyse der Fußwegequalitäten zu Schulen – Entwicklung von Indikatoren auf Basis von OpenData. In: Meinel, G.; Krüger, T.; Behnisch, M.; Ehrhardt, D. (Hrsg.): Flächennutzungsmonitoring XIII: Flächenpolitik - Konzepte - Analysen - Tools. Berlin: Rhombos-Verlag, 2021, (IÖR-Schriften Band 79), S.221-232,

Pajares, E., 2022. Dissertation: Development, application, and testing of an accessibility instrument for planning active mobility. Technische Universität München.