Nexiga GmbH: Worldwide Pedestrian Frequency Atlas
The Pedestrian Frequency Atlas provides comprehensive information on the quality of locations Worldwide
The Pedestrian Frequency Atlas – in short PFA – provides key figures on pedestrian frequency – classified on a scale of 0 to 10 from minimum to maximum frequency – for all European street segments and allows direct comparison of micro-locations, hot spots and location characteristics. Time-consuming and cost-intensive on-site assessment and patchy forecast data are now a thing of the past and can be replaced by an inexpensive licensing model.
The PFA is calculated based on the locations of frequency providers such as retail shops, shopping malls, train stations as well as other Points of Interest, calibrated using real data.
– Global Pedestrian Frequency Atlas
– data status 2021
– yearly update for Germany, other European countries on request
osm_id ID of the OSM feature
name Name of the feature, e.g. street name.
pfi PFI value
Classes from 0 to10
0 = no pedestrian frequency
1 = low pedestrian frequency
2 = low pedestrian frequency
3 = rather low pedestrian frequency
4 = moderate district/peripheral location
pfi_kat 5 = district/peripheral location
6 = good district/peripheral location
7 = Top city district/peripheral city center location
8 = A-location
9 = 1A to A location
10 = 1A location
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Nexiga provides market and geodata and software as a Service to make complex interconnections clearly visible and intelligible and explore with passion and enthusiasm the mysteries and secrets hidden in the depths of the realm of data streams.