Online maps offer great opportunities to indicate which places and ways are accessible and which ones are not. Locations and routes on maps can be enhanced with accessibility related data, commented, and visualised with photos. These possibilities are not yet widely used, however, and their full potential still needs to be reaped.
• Documentation, annotation and discussion of places and routes about their accessibility.
• Visualising the data in ways which are intuitive and highly attractive for target users.
• Route planning and navigation.
• Creating awareness and preparing effective measures for eliminating barriers.
Our four test sites in Vienna (Austria), London South Bank (United Kingdom), Elche (Spain) and Heidelberg (Germany) will produce an abundance of insights about using online maps for enhanced accessibility. Step by step we will present experiences at this site which may give you ideas how to improve accessibility of places in your own city or region. Learn more about the Pilot Cities ...