Calories burned and CO2 saved

The main reason I got into cycling was that it was simply the best way for me to get to school. As I grew up I discovered that it was also the best way of getting around Hinckley, Central London, the villages of southern Cheshire, Milton Keynes, Georgetown (Guyana), and of course, Cambridge (England). I […]

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Back in June 2006 …

  CycleStreets, you may not be aware, was based on a Cambridge-only cycle journey planner that we created as members of Cambridge Cycling Campaign. The Cambridge Cycling Campaign journey planner went live in the early hours of 27 June 2006, some five years ago today. Back then it based its routes on a network which […]

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CycleStreets for Android now available

CycleStreets, providing cycle routing for the UK, is now available on Android – thanks to our new app. Download it from the Android Market now – for free!    Our OpenStreetMap-based routing, for cyclists by cyclists, is now available on the move, complete with full placefinder, tap-to-set and with turn-by-turn directions. Brought to you by CycleStreets, the […]

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London Transport Museum to highlight Bike Hub app

The Bike Hub levy -funded smartphone app, which uses CycleStreets routing, will be highlighted in Sense and the City, an exhibition about being "connected & on the move". A new exhibition at London Transport Museum will explore how people in the past imagined the London of the future and how new technology will influence city […]

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London Cycle Hire website updated

We've added a few new features to our www.LondonCycleHire.org website, a version of the journey planner that includes the Barclays Cycle Hire ('Boris-bike') points. We've added live availability data, thanks to TfL's new data feed – thanks TfL for making this data open! (Disclaimer: as a third-party site, it is not endorsed by TfL). We've […]

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