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Spatial Accessibility of Multiple Facilities for Affordable Housing Neighborhoods in Harbin, China
The spatial mismatch between affordable housing neighborhoods and public services/facilities significantly reduces the well-being of low-income dwellers, which has risen to a typical issue of spatial injustice. Previous studies on accessibility evaluation most focus on a single type of service, lacking empirical studies exploring the integrated spatial accessibility of multiple services for low-income residents. Taking Harbin City in northeast China as an example, this study assessed thedoi:10.3390/land11111940 fatcat:dk33vefatvb3nfuczjy6rlrtxy