State Of The Map 2013 – Cyclestreets presentation
Season’s greetings to all our users
State Of The Map is the annual conference of OpenStreetMap (OSM), whose fantastic data we make use of to provide cycle routing. We gave two presentations at State Of The Map 2013 which this year was held in Birmingham. It’s the annual gathering of people who collect street data as well as those who, like us, […]
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Mobile pages relaunched
Seasons greetings to all our users. Happy cycling! Many thanks to everyone who has helped with coding and other ways with CycleStreets this year, or sent in a donation. Lots of plans for 2013 :)
We’ve refreshed the mobile section of our website, including new screenshots, updated feature lists, and a new page about our mobile web site. Mobile apps overview iPhone app Android app Mobile web site (HTML5) inc. Blackberry Third-party apps using CycleStreets routing CycleStreets apps are available for iPhone, mobile web (HTML5), and Android: These […]
We’re having an Android Hack Day!
We’re working on a major project, Cyclescape, a comprehensive online campaigning toolkit for UK cycle campaign groups, funded thanks to GeoVation. This blog post is cross-posted from the Cyclescape blog. About three weeks ago we opened up Cyclescape to a test group, Cambridge. Their Committee have been using the system instead of the e-mail list they […]
We’re holding a CycleStreets for Android Hack Day on Saturday 25th February 2012. Come along, because it’ll be fun. Dive in So what might you do with the Android app? Well, anything you like, but here are some suggestions – export a CycleStreets route as GPX, integrate a vector mapping library like MapsForge, add speech output, […]
CycleStreets in 2011 – a year in review
We’re working heavily at present on our open-sourcing initiative. Already our mobile apps and the Cyclescape project are open-source: iPhone (iOS) app Android app (on which we’ll be having a hack day soon – possibly in February) HTML5 mobile web app Cyclescape campaign group toolkit (plus deployment) If you can help with any of those, or […]
Calories burned and CO2 saved
We’ve had a busy year, and we’d like to thank everyone who has helped out with the CycleStreets project – whether that’s helping with development, design, promotion and word-of-mouth, mobile coding, and more. As you can see, since our launch in March 2009, usage has grown very considerably this year. We’ve planned almost 1.4 million […]
Back in June 2006 …
The main reason I got into cycling was that it was simply the best way for me to get to school. As I grew up I discovered that it was also the best way of getting around Hinckley, Central London, the villages of southern Cheshire, Milton Keynes, Georgetown (Guyana), and of course, Cambridge (England). I […]
Going to Glastonbury Festival? Cycle there!
CycleStreets, you may not be aware, was based on a Cambridge-only cycle journey planner that we created as members of Cambridge Cycling Campaign. The Cambridge Cycling Campaign journey planner went live in the early hours of 27 June 2006, some five years ago today. Back then it based its routes on a network which […]
I'm a huge fan of the Glastonbury Festival, the UK's best music and culture festival in the UK. And this area of Somerset is a wonderful place to cycle around. The Festival has plenty of bike culture around – check out these photos of the Festival on our Photomap and this review of Bikes at Glastonbury […]