Finding out about good cycle routes – where it is safe and convenient to cycle – means availability of good maps and the knowledge of local people about their area.
We’ve created a new edition of our community mapping guide, Cycle mapping for cycle routing, freshly updated for 2014. The brochure explains how people can help improve CycleStreets and OpenStreetMap to help people find their way.
For the new 2014 edition, we’ve replaced screenshots and examples for the newer iD editor and made other updates.
You can view it and download it for free:
You can also browse it in magazine-style on Issuu.
Thanks to our brilliant designer friend, Ayesha Garrett, who has done the updates to the design work.
The original guide was in conjunction with Cycling Scotland, and some of the updates have been made to complement the West Sussex cycle journey planner which we run for that Council.