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competencies concentrated in these units have become increasingly important to cross-departmental tasks. Originally responding only to internal demands (of urban planners) and external requests (for cartographic information), surveying units also started to attend to spatial data demands arising from other departments, the need to comply with the INSPIRE directive, as well as the growing expectations of civil society stakeholders regarding spatial data provision. Driven by the respective heads of unit, often autodidacts with a strong personal motivation, these units have

to be analysed below the level of the administrative regions or census regions A detailed introduction to the nature of raster-based regional statistics is given by Kaup/Rieffel (2013) . . 3.3 Data Sources For cost benefit purposes, it was decided to base the analysis on the street network of the ATKIS Basis DLM Amtliches Topographisch-Kartographisches Informationssystem. , which is an official topographic cartographic information system for Germany. The so-called EWZ 250 was used as the raster of reference; it is compliant with the European INSPIRE