Adding a cycle journey planner within your website is an great way to promote cycling.
We can create 'white label' sites which blend our journey planner seamlessly into your website, for a small fee. This page gives full details.
Our white-label journey planner solution:
Site created for West Sussex County Council.
Journey planner for bike retailer Halfords, helping people explore their area and get routes to Halfords stores.
Site created for Staffordshire County Council.
A demo site showing how a Local Authority could add a journey planner.
Site created for Cycle Fife, an initiative of Fife Council, helping make cycling part of everyday journeys.
Journey planner for Cycling Scotland, helping bring cycling into the mainstream.
One of the features provided by PleaseCycle within their site to inspire cycling within the workplace.
Journey planner for Towards Zero Carbon Bute, aiming for a zero carbon island.
For Bike Hub, the Bicycle Association of GB - supporting the future of cycling.
Journey planner for Transition Black Isle.
Journey planner for LCC, London's main organisation campaigning to make cycling better.
Journey planner for Cycling UK, the cyclists' champion (formerly CTC, the national cycling charity).
We can include a widget so that businesses, organisations, and destinations can create a 'cycle to us' box.
This pre-fills the organisation's location as the destination, so users only need to add their starting point:
There are also lots of link formats that can be used to auto-generate links to places.
Another option is showing points that you supply to us as a dataset. Perhaps you have company locations, Council buildings, or other locations to show?
Adding preset POIs, or adding your POI dataset, attracts an extra charge, determined according to your requirements.
Our unique leisure routing mode enables site visitors to plan a circular route, lasting a specified time or distance.
The leisure route will favour points of interest (POIs) where they exist in the area. Site administrators can set what types of POIs are favoured (for example café, parks, etc.) at any time.
Leisure routing attracts an extra charge, determined according to your requirements.
We are able to undertake custom development work to add specific features to our journey planner solution. Possibilities include:
We aim to be flexible.
Contact us with your requirements, for a quote.
A few other details:
We provide full technical documentation on embedding sites and can provide advice to your IT team if necessary.
Sites can be embedded using one of the standard methods: via a proxy, using a subdomain, or (if necessary) an iframe.
The site is hosted by us, but runs under your URL. Once your IT team have set up a few things, we take care of all the setup.
As part of the setup, we make any adjustments to the layout to ensure that everything looks correct within your house style.
NB: We also have a full data interface (API) which is an option if you wish to have a heavily-customised site and have programming capability.
By ordering a customised journey planner, you help support the costs of the CycleStreets project.
Contact us if you're ready to order a journey planner for your site, or have any questions.
Embedded cycle journey planner:
One-off, single payment of £2,999+VAT, lasting 3 years.
Community groups: see * below
|As above, but with national coverage:||Contact us with your requirements, as wider geographical support gives us higher costs.|
|Adding points of interest:||Contact us with your requirements.|
|Leisure routing:||Contact us with your requirements.|
|Custom development:||Contact us with your requirements.|
|API usage on a desktop website:||Discount from the above, depending on your requirements.|
These prices are valid until April 2017.
*Smaller, not-for-profit community groups may approach us to suggest a much-reduced fee. Please remember that CycleStreets is a not-for-profit social enterprise and that work that doesn't fund our time often comes from our free time. We really want to see CycleStreets widely used, and on your site, so we appreciate efforts to help fund what we're doing as much with as you can reasonably afford.
CycleStreets is created by CycleStreets Ltd, a not-for-profit social enterprise based in Cambridge, the UK's 'cycling capital'.