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Generate Drive Time Maps & Map Travel Time Radius

Create maps for drive times, cycling, walking and public transport using minutes not miles

Miles radius maps assume we can travel as the crow flies. Travel time maps reflect how real people travel.

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What’s an isochrone and how can I generate a drive time map or map travel time radius?

Wondering what the difference between an isochrone, drive time map and a tool to map travel time radius is? They’re exactly the same thing. An isochrone shows points of an equal value joined together. For example if you need to draw a drive time area showing all of places you can reach within 30 minutes, this perimeter shows equal points joined. However a ‘travel time radius’ or ‘drive time radius’ don’t actually exist. Did you know creating a ‘drive time radius’ is impossible? Radius means circle, and travel time shapes come in all shapes and sizes.

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Export travel time data:

Looking to analyse zipcode or postcode data by travel time? We can export data for office relocation analysis, retail catchment areas and more.

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Why use travel time maps?

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Create travel time shapes instantly

It understands context – taking into account congestion, routing & geography to deliver better results.

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Add multiple shapes on to the same map

Map locations like a real person would think – in minutes, not miles.

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Search points of interest within this area

Every map is personalised to the location’s context, transport mode and time of travel.

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Calculate the A to B  route

No need to use another API for routing. It’s possible to create a travel time area, search within this area and get the route in a single call.