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Measuring dynamic public transit accessibility to local centres in Warsaw

indicator. To obtain this, travel time and population data were normalized ( Fig. 2 ) and summed, resulting in a public transit time accessibility indicator. Areas where average travel time was lower than 30 min were classified as satisfactory from the point of view of public transport handling. Outside this area, the public transit time accessibility indicator was classified using the method of Natural Breaks into three classes: 0-0.02, 0.02-0.06 and 0.06-0.53 ( Fig. 6 ), providing information about crucial areas in terms of public transit quality improvement (measured

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