A recent article titled “Dynamic cities: Location-based accessibility modelling as a function of time” introduces a framework and empirical study in Tallinn, Estonia investigating how the time of the day affects accessibility patterns and the amount of people that can access services at different times of the day (24 h examination). The study combines advanced spatial analytics using mobile phone data (Call Detail Records), and accessibility modelling with public transport.

The article was written by Digital Geography Lab, University of Helsinki who is behind the Mapple’s technologies and it was published in esteemed scientific journal Applied Geography.

Read the article:

O. Järv, H. Tenkanen, M. Salonen, R. Ahas & T. Toivonen. (2018). Dynamic cities: Location-based accessibility modelling as a function of time. Applied Gegraphy 95, 101-110.