Upgraded hosting for CycleStreets (Technical post)
Designer needed! – Cyclescape design brief
We’ve recently completed a switch over of the whole CycleStreets system to upgraded hosting. Our previous primary server has been extremely reliable and, having just checked, I find it has been up for 795 days, and has only been rebooted once in the last two-and-a-half years. The new primary server is needed to support expansion […]
Merging tool for external data for OpenStreetMap
We are seeking a talented designer with strong user interface abilities to undertake design work for the new Cyclescape website. Timescales are tight. Cyclescape is to be a website (currently under construction) aimed at helping cycling groups around the UK. The work will involve the creation of an overall design concept, plus user interface templates […]
What’s the Cyclescape of your city like?
Back in July we wrote about our work to assist the DfT with the opening up of their cycling data, a dataset featured in the Telegraph this weekend. Over the summer, much progress has been made. Andy Allan, who is perhaps best known for his excellent OpenCycleMap project, has been working for us to create […]
We’re pleased to announce the name of our new cycle campaign group toolkit: Cyclescape We had over 70 suggestions (including some humorous ones), many of which were excellent ideas. It became clear that many of the best ideas started with Cycle, and we liked the idea that the name would be co-branded with CycleStreets, i.e. […]