A new route-planning feature has been added to the Camden Cycling Campaign's online mapping system (see the link on the right).
Visitors to the site can use the 'Plan A Route' button at the top of the window on any of the maps linked from the page.
The planner uses the excellent new OpenStreetMap-based route-planner developed and hosted by Cycle Streets (see link).
New mapping service works UK-wideYou can plan a route anywhere in Greater London or the UK, though there is currently a limit of 30km on the length of routes.
George Coulouris of Camden Cycling Campaign said, "This is a great new feature. We'd like to thank our Cambridge CC colleagues whose hard work helped make this possible."
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