Cycle campaign toolkit: introducing our developer team
New section: Points of interest, UK-wide, easily browsable
Progress on our cycle campaigner toolkit is steaming (pedalling?) ahead! Coding work began on Monday, and will continue solidly for the next few months. The development of the toolkit has been possible thanks to our GeoVation award, which secured us £27,000 of funding. GeoVation is an Ordnance Survey initiative and forms part of the Ideas […]
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CycleStreets mobile web site launches
We're pleased to announce the launch of a major new section of our website: Points of interest that you can click on to view and select for your journey. Points of interest We've integrated OpenStreetMap location data so that you can now click on points on the map. Just go to our journey planner tab and you […]
Railway station codes in searches
Today, we’re very pleased to announce the beta mobile web version of CycleStreets – written by me, project-managed by Martin, and funded by Cycling Scotland. http://m.cyclestreets.net/ Built in jQuery Mobile and HTML5, this extends CycleStreets’ mobile support beyond our well-received Android and iPhone apps to cover other platforms, including iPad and BlackBerry. Just like the […]
We've added a mini-feature to our website and mobile apps that some regular train-using cyclists may find useful. You can now enter train station codes (e.g. KGX for King's Cross) in the search box, and the location of that station will be found. It just avoids lots more typing, and is useful if you use particular stations […]