The following post is based on a presentation to a Safe Routes to School National Partnerships webinar, “Harnessing the Power of Data to Support Kids Walking and Biking.” The accompanying slides and t…

We love it when our API comes in useful for academic purposes. This is a guest post by Richard Thomas. Bristol: Typical cycle commute time For my MSc dissertation, I investigated determinants of the proportion of people who choose to …

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BLOG WRITTEN BY LIAM BOLTON, ODI LEEDS ASSOCIATE This year ODI Leeds embarked on an ambitious project focusing on road traffic casualties in the city. Using open data from Leeds Data Mill, I began exploring the Road Traffic Accidents datasets …

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This post was created automatically from a feed, and was originally published at: http://theodi.org/blog/chris-froomes-tour-de-france-heart-rate-closed-shared-or-open-data British cyclist Chris Froome’s ability to navigate the perennial relentlessness of the Tour de France has come into question in recent days. His speed through some of …

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(An infographic depicting realtime data describing Dublin – the waiting time at road junctions; the location of buses; the number of free parking spaces and bicycles available to hire; and sentiments expressed about the city through social media) (I was …

From concrete to telepathy: how to build future cities as if people mattered Read more »

As part of ongoing efforts for the England Cycling Data project, we’ve been keen to get visualisations done, to show the extent of the data and to show where merging needs to be done. Shaun from ITOworld – who are experts …

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The England Cycling Data project aims to incorporate open data on cycling infrastructure released by the UK’s Department for Transport into OpenStreetMap. We’ve started taking account of a greater range of information about cycle routes in OpenStreetMap (the project from …

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We’re pleased to announce a series of upgrades to the routing that have been rolled out in the last few months. We’ve extended the range of OpenStreetMap tags that the CycleStreets routing engine uses to find cycle routes. This has …

Taking CycleStreets cycle routing another step further: surface quality, barriers, traffic calming, lighting Read more »

If you’re in Cambridge on Thursday, come and hear about CycleStreets behind the scenes, organised by BCS East Anglia! Location: Red Gate Software, 12 Cambridge Business Park, CB4 0WZ  [Cycle there – directions] Date and time: 6:30pm – 8pm, Thursday, 26th April, 2012 The event …

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