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Five new cycle touring maps

Four Point Mapping have been busy over the winter months preparing the latest set of maps in our touring series. These maps are produced in collaboration with Sustrans and show the National Cycle Network at a handy scale of 1:110,000. … Continue reading

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3D cycle maps

Everyone knows that cycling uphill is hard work. It is therefore the job of a cycle map to inform the cyclist where these hills are, and consequently we encourage the use of contour information on our maps, especially in the … Continue reading

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Cornwall routes now live at map.1sw.org.uk

Routes in the Cornwall AONB are now live on the 1SW adventure map. Four Point Mapping did the surveying during the very wet Autumn months. However it was well worth it as we uncovered some real great routes if you … Continue reading

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Suverying completed for the next five National Cycle Network maps

Surveying has been completed for five new maps in the CycleCity Guides/Sustrans series of National Cycle Network maps. Covering the Thames Estuary and Essex (sailing barges at Maldon pictured), Suffolk, Norfolk, Cambridgeshire and the Fens, the maps will be published … Continue reading

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Cornwall survey complete

Survey work in Cornwall for the 1SW Adventure map has been completed. In total we surveyed just over 400km of bridleways, byways and permitted paths covering the whole county.  In an area not really known for its off-road cycling, there … Continue reading

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Active Travel Conference in Leicester

Great to see two ministers sharing a platform at the Active Travel Conference in Leicester.  Norman Baker, Minister for Transport, and Anna Soubry, Minister for Health, both emphasised the need to work together to promote cycling and walking.  Active Travel … Continue reading

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Read OpenStreetMap cycle data in your own system

Four Point Mapping are pleased to announce a new service. Aimed at GIS users we have sifted the OpenStreetMap data for all cycle related information and made it available as a download in user friendly GIS formats. The UK is … Continue reading

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