Elsewhere on the Web: CycleStreetscyclestreets.net – is a UK-wide cycle journey planner system, which lets you plan routes from A to B by bike. It is designed by cyclists, for cyclists, and caters for the needs of both confident and less confident cyclists.

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What is CycleStreets?
CycleStreets is currently in beta
Funding needed
Who created and runs CycleStreets?
How can I get one for my town/city?
Where does the map data come from?
How can I help?
Who else has helped so far?
How does it work?

CycleStreets is effectively a national version of the Journey Planner and Photomap launched by Cambridge Cycling Campaign in June 2006.

Following a presentation of the Cambridge-only system at the CCN/CTC Conference in November 2006 in Cheltenham, we have received many enquiries from people and organisations around the UK (and beyond) about the possibilty of having a version where they live. Since then we have worked to produce a national system, which also has versions that are specific to a particular area.

Who created and runs CycleStreets?
The system has been created by Simon Nuttall, (Routemaster – focussing on routing quality and performance) and Martin Lucas-Smith, (Webmaster – focussing on usability and code structure).


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