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An Internet Journey Planner for Cyclists Tom Burslem CycleCity Guides
Introduction CycleCity Guides Transport Direct Existing Internet Journey Planners Methodology and data capture techniques used Other uses for the data we are collecting Any questions?
CycleCity Guides Surveying Cartography Graphic Design Clients include local authorities, Sustrans, and local cycling campaigns
The project Transport Direct Cycling England Local authorities Initial areas - Greater Manchester & Merseyside Cycling Demonstration Towns & Sustainable Towns
Existing Journey Planners Cambridge London Brighton Cambridge and London involved in drawing up specification for Transport Direct
Cambridge Cycling Campaign
Transport for London
The User Diverse Fastest, quietest or shortest Fastest route = cyclists who dont mind travel on main roads Quietest route = cyclists who want to prioritise the use of quieter roads and cyclepaths
The Network - infrastructure
Data Integrated Transport Network OS path data
Field software GBM Mobile Based on Mapinfo MapX technology Used with the ASUS A696 PocketPC Internal GPS
On-road to off-road connects
Other line data
Post survey Uncertain rights of way Checks on consistency of network Snapping of on-road to off-road Approval by council cycling officer Delivery to routing engine as XML code
Other uses for the data Council audits
Other uses for the data Council audits –Signing survey –Extra parking requirements –Vandalism Future planning
Other uses for the data Council audits –Signing survey –Extra parking requirements –Vandalism Future planning Maps for handheld devices
Other uses for the data Council audits –Signing survey –Extra parking requirements –Vandalism Future planning Maps for handheld devices Paper maps A sat nav for cyclists?
Conclusion Existing journey planners tell us who the potential user group will be Data collection in the field Post survey procedure Other uses for the data
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