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University Campus Walkability Index Supported by Digital Databases

University Campus Walkability Index Supported by Digital Databases

Oliveira, Lucas Fernandes de; Mangrich, Camila Poeta; Pavan, Luís Henrique; Almeida, Renato Luíz Martins de; Kós, José Ripper;

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Studies on the university campus commonly consider its spatial particularities in comparison to the city. However, the university debate about mobility also addresses urban-related challenges, like those posed by the dependence on vehicles and incentives for active mobility. Considering internal mobility, this work explores Wi-Fi connections from a Brazilian public university to trace community trajectories and population density on campus. We adopted objective data from the built environment for the application of a walkability index. The procedures were performed using GIS and the results shared for visualization in the Kepler.gl application. The results include walkability indices for different campus sectors. The discussion focuses on the potential use of the index in promoting a more integrated and less automobile-dependent campus

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Studies on the university campus commonly consider its spatial particularities in comparison to the city. However, the university debate about mobility also addresses urban-related challenges, like those posed by the dependence on vehicles and incentives for active mobility. Considering internal mobility, this work explores Wi-Fi connections from a Brazilian public university to trace community trajectories and population density on campus. We adopted objective data from the built environment for the application of a walkability index. The procedures were performed using GIS and the results shared for visualization in the Kepler.gl application. The results include walkability indices for different campus sectors. The discussion focuses on the potential use of the index in promoting a more integrated and less automobile-dependent campus

Palavras-chave: Data visualization; Walkability, Wi-fi; University campus; Urban design,

Palavras-chave: Data visualization; Walkability, Wi-fi; University campus; Urban design,

DOI: 10.5151/sigradi2021-263

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Oliveira, Lucas Fernandes de; Mangrich, Camila Poeta; Pavan, Luís Henrique; Almeida, Renato Luíz Martins de; Kós, José Ripper; "University Campus Walkability Index Supported by Digital Databases", p. 303-314 . In: XXV International Conference of the Iberoamerican Society of Digital Graphics. São Paulo: Blucher, 2021.
ISSN 2318-6968, ISBN: 978-65-5550-232-9
DOI 10.5151/sigradi2021-263

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