Evaluating Accessibility of Los Angeles Metropolitan Area Using Data-Driven Time-Dependent Reachability Analysis

Seon Kim
Accessibility to people, goods, services and places forms the basis of economic development and public health in cities. The better and more efficient this access, the greater the economic benefits and the better the public health. As the population and employment grow in a city and the level of agglomeration gets higher, the city tends to have higher GDP per capita and higher levels of productivity. The way in which cities facilitate accessibility through their...

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  • University of Southern California