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An interesting Freedom of Information request
At present, we've a couple of areas of work that we've been prioritising, to address known weaknesses with the system. Firstly, we've been working to reduce the 'wigglyness' of some routes. The problem is that the journey planner engine does not yet take account of turn delays. Once this is finally rolled out, routes will […]
“How do I add a bike shop to the map?”
Cambridge resident and democracy activist, Richard Taylor has written today about a Freedom of Information request he made recently on the subject of the government’s efforts to create a Cycle Journey Planner, available through the Transport Direct portal. For the avoidance of doubt, Richard is not involved with CycleStreets, though our database shows he has […]
Ordnance Survey data freed (partially)
(… or indeed, any other point of interest!) We’ve just had a feedback posting asking how a bike shop can be added to the map. Anyone can add data to OpenStreetMap. Having just replied to the user, I thought it would be useful to turn the reply into a blog entry. If you have an iPhone, the […]
Ramping up planning speed
Easter came early this year! In the last few days there has been a blaze of activity around the long-awaited changes by the Government to the way the Ordnance Survey’s data is controlled. A significant number of its excellent datasets have been freed up, which we think is excellent news for the UK geographical community. […]
We’ve rolled out an improvement to the journey planning engine which should mean it returns the route solutions about a third more quickly than before. It’s still not as fast as we would like, but we have plans to make a major change this coming month or so which we believe will make a much […]