Geographical data on accessibility and universal design are distributed as a WMS, WFS and full datasets for download.
Screenshot from Norgeskart's "Tilgjengelighetsportalen" (accessibility portal) - the map server for universal design.
The datasets are intended as a base for spatial planning and administration within the municipality, statistics and analysis of the current state of accessibility. Additionally, it can provide a tool for end-users such as organisations and other stakeholders to retrieve information on accessibility and potential barriers preventing access.
View data at Norgeskart.no
A national map server for geographic information on universal design and accessibility is available through the portal Norgeskart. The site contains information on the status of accessibility in both populated and recreational areas.
All recorded data will be continuously added to the map server.
Click the map view to enter Norgeskart
On the top left side you can select the required language and background map through the hamburger menu.
Choose "Availability". In the sub menu you can choose which accessibility data you want to view. The colour of the symbols shows the accessibility evaluation of each datapoint:
Green = accessible ("Tilgjengelig")
Yellow = restricted accessibility ("Delvis tilgjengelig")
Red = not accessible ("Ikke tilgjengelig")
Blue = not evaluated ("Ikke vurdert")
By clicking on the symbols you get more detailed information about each registered object.
Download datasets or use a web service
Utilize our data on accessibility and universal design in your GIS-system by using a WMS (Web Map Service), WFS (Web Feature Service) or downloading the datasets from Geonorge:
Accessibility - recreational areas.
Accessibility - populated areas.