Urban Cycle Parking website goes live across London

A new website, Urban Cycle Parking, built by CycleStreets, has been launched by London Cycling Campaign and Transport for London, aiming to outline where existing bike parking facilities are available in and around the capital and invites people to highlight existing facilities as well as outlining where more is needed. The site builds on the crowdsourcing components of our […]

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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 […]

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Go Dutch map for London Cycling Campaign

Which roads in London would you like to Go Dutch? Add your suggestions to London Cycling Campaign’s map submission system that we created for them recently: This is one of a number of customised views we have created of our Photomap, making it easy to request and collection locations of problematic areas around cities. If […]

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CycleStreets mobile web site launches

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 […]

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CycleStreets campaigner toolkit bid wins GeoVation contest!

We’re pleased to announce that our bid, for a comprehensive online campaigning toolkit to assist cycle campaign groups around the UK, is a winner in the GeoVation contest! It brings £27,000 for the development of a toolkit which, in the words of one supporter, should be “a hugely important step forward for all cycle campaigning groups”. Our […]

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Press release: CycleStreets’ cycling project to face Dragon’s Den -style contest

A Cambridge-based project to improve cycling around the Britain has reached the finals of a national funding contest, GeoVation, run by the Ordnance Survey. GeoVation aims to combine Geography and Innovation to help fund ideas which will help improve transport of various kinds. The bid by Cambridge-based CycleStreets, who run the UK-wide cycle journey planner […]

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CycleStreets – review of the year

Today is our second birthday – CycleStreets was launched on 20th March 2009. The last year has seen a huge amount of development work, leading to new features, speed improvements, and more. However, the next six months will be even busier as the project really ramps up! In the first year, CycleStreets planned 67,000 routes. […]

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