Helping campaigners campaign: our GeoVation challenge bid

Cycling in the Netherlands happens because of bike-friendly culture and excellent infrastructure. Let's face it – cycling conditions in the UK need to be improved massively. Cycle lanes that end unexpectedly, roads shared with lorries and traffic fumes, non-existent cycle parking. Any cyclist can give you a catalogue of problems that need tackling. The end result […]

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Integrated map editor now available

Thanks to the brilliant work of Andy Allan, Richard Fairhurst, Tom Hughes, Dave Stubbs, Matt Amos and others, who have worked on OpenStreetMap's new 'Potlatch 2' editor, we've now been able to add an integrated data editor to the CycleStreets site. Just go to www.cyclestreets.net/edit and you can fix up and add map data directly! We'll be customising the installation […]

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CycleStreets: Our Story – presentation to Net2Camb event

We really enjoyed the January Net2Camb Meetup event, where one of our lead developers, Martin, gave a talk 'Our Story'. Thanks to Claire for organising the event and everyone who came! It was particularly enjoyable as it was a rare opportunity to talk about the business and competition aspects of CycleStreets, about the challenges we face, […]

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January Net2Camb Meetup: Building CycleStreets

We're speaking at the Net2Camb meetup event, on the subject of 'Building CycleStreets'. It should be a really enjoyable and social evening; do come along! The talk will be suitable for both non-technical and technically-minded people alike. For more details, and to sign up, go to: http://www.meetup.com/Net2Camb/calendar/15827958/ (it's free!) About the event: CycleStreets is the UK-wide cycle journey […]

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OpenStreetMap – the data behind the apps

We're really thrilled by the response to our iPhone app and the other apps using our routing. What is also just as pleasing is seeing people discovering OpenStreetMap as a result, and saying that they're interested in getting involved. OpenStreetMap is the brilliant open data map that provides the data that CycleStreets and other projects use. […]

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CamTechNet: Voices in the crowd

CamTechNet have kindly featured us this week in their 'Voices in the crowd' series. We discuss who we are, the history of CycleStreets, involvement of other people in our enterprise, the Startup community in Cambridge, and our hopes for the future. Read their interview with us! CamTechNet as an organisation aims to: Provide a single […]

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Google bike there

Google have just launched bike routing in various cities around the United States, after involving the cycling community there. A few people have asked us (and our US-based equivalent, Ride The City) what we think. The simple answer is that more availability of bike routing is a good thing. There is undoubtedly space for CycleStreets, Google and […]

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