Moving to Leaflet.js

This is a tech post mainly for our OpenStreetMap and techie users! During recent months we’ve quietly been working on a major change behind the scenes in preparation for some large-changes to our web interface (which has long been in need of upgrading) and to prepare for a more mobile-friendly experience: We’ve moved the large amount of our […]

Read more
Space for Cycling – your infrastructure photos mapped

CTC, the national cycling charity, has launched a new cycling infrastructure map to help communicate what makes good conditions for cycling and where improvements need to be made. CTC have linked up with CycleStreets to ensure these locations are also saved to the CycleStreets Photomap. Chris Peck, CTC, explains this new initiative. What is the […]

Read more
Steer Davies Gleave integrates CycleStreets routing for Local Authority websites

Craig Nelson, from Steer Davies Gleave, writes in this guest post about their experiences of integrating the CycleStreets data interface (API) into cycling promotion websites recently created for Local Authorities: In 2006 Steer Davies Gleave developed the UK’s first multi-modal journey planner for Brighton and Hove Council, as part of the Journey On project. Whilst it was […]

Read more
London Travel live app adds CycleStreets cycle routing

This is a guest post from the creators of the London Travel live app, who have integrated our routing into the app. London Travel live started as a one man’s quest for travelling around London. The concept materialised more out of frustration whilst standing out on a cold winter’s night waiting for the public transport to arrive. […]

Read more
Traveline Cymru adds cycle routing from CycleStreets

This is a guest post from Traveline Cymru who have just integrated our cycle routing data interface (API) into their multi-modal travel service. Traveline Cymru has launched the latest addition to the journey planning service on its website, with the introduction of the option to plan a cycle route. The routing is provided by CycleStreets. Now when […]

Read more
UK Collision Map – a new resource for the cycle campaigning community

We’re pleased to launch today a new resource for the cycling community: a browsable, searchable collision map with complete details of every reported road collision involving cyclists in the UK since 2005. This will also be integrated into our new campaigning toolkit being finalised, Cyclescape. www.cyclestreets.net/collisions Not only can you browse around the map, but […]

Read more
User feedback helps improve Bike Hub app

This is a guest post from Carlton Reid, executive editor of BikeBiz.com and the editor of BikeHub.co.uk. He writes here about the great new facilities in the Bike Hub app, which uses our routing and OpenStreetMap POIs feed. The latest version of the Bike Hub cycle satnav app is 2.2; I’m currently testing 3.0, due […]

Read more
Railway station codes in searches

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 […]

Read more