Our talk at State of the Map 2019: Is the OSM data model creaking?

We gave a talk at the State of the Map 2019 conference, the main annual meeting for OpenStreetMap, whose data we use for our cycle routing. Our talk was entitled “Is the OSM data model creaking?”. A video of the talk is now online:  Here are the slides from the talk: Is the OSM […]

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Android app beta programme

You can now sign up as a beta-tester for our Android app, simply by opting into the beta programme in the Google Play Store. This enables you to get the latest improvements and give feedback before they are released officially. We’re currently making lots of changes to the app (thanks to the great work of […]

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Intern vacancies Summer 2018

CycleStreets is seeking one or more paid interns to work on a variety of projects this summer. About CycleStreets CycleStreets is a social enterprise based in Cambridge, working to help get more people cycling by the provision of information on cycle-friendly routes, and various tools for use by cycle advocacy groups. We are best known for our journey […]

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CycleHack Cambridge 2016

CycleHack is a 48-hour event aiming to make cities cycle-friendly through reducing the barriers to cycling and prototyping new ideas to improve the cycling experience and encourage more and safer cycling. More than 40 other cities around the world have signed up to host CycleHack events in their communities over the weekend of 24 to […]

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Students: Get paid to write code for CycleStreets/OpenStreetMap this summer with GSOC 2016

Each year, Google runs a summer programme called Google Summer of Code (GSOC), where students get involved in coding for open source projects like ours and are paid for their time. We (CycleStreets) have created a project ideas list, which would be undertaken under the umbrella of the OpenStreetMap organisation, and are willing to mentor a student […]

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Patrick reports back

Back in July we introduced our summer intern, Patrick. Here, he reports back on his achievements over the three-month period. This summer I worked for Cyclestreets as a paid intern for three months. During this time, I became acquainted with the large codebase the site runs on, and made several structural changes to the organisation of the code. […]

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Beautiful new galleries page unveiled

We are pleased to unveil the new Galleries front page, which brings your beautiful photos and content to the front and centre. Galleries is a really neat feature to group cycling-related media for presentation or campaigning. There is also a lot more flexibility available while adding a new gallery – you can now navigate away from the […]

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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 […]

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Scripting CycleStreets setup (Tech post)

This is a tech post, so if you’re not a techy person, feel free to stop reading now! We’ve been reorganising the CycleStreets codebase to get ready for open-sourcing the remainder of our software. This has been a challenging task involving learning how to write scripts that automate the installation of the CycleStreets website. The […]

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