Active Streets tool helps local authorities identify safer spaces for walking and cycling
The Active Streets Assessment Tool enables local authorities to assess their active travel network for safety improvements to walking and cycling routes.
Faster insight – accessing local data on a national scale
How location is joining up valuable information across Scotland to provide better analysis
OS developing a 3D data model in Singapore
GovTech asked Ordnance Survey for expert advice about creating data specifications and a product flowline to generate data.
Bespoke interactive mapping of journeys on England’s major road network
Beacon Dodsworth used Ordnance Survey data to create a mapping tool for Transport Focus to help assess user satisfaction across the Strategic Road Network
OS data contributing to improved special needs transport
Harrow Council’s Route Optimisation Project aims to use Ordnance survey data to reduce vehicles used, save fuel and optimise driver numbers.
Northern Gas Networks increases efficiencies through business process automation
Northern Gas automates its traffic management business processes and sees an increase in efficiencies, by using OS data and with help from an OS Partner.
Managing London's transport infrastructure with OS data
Ordnance Survey’s detailed MasterMap has been used to help keep London’s busy transport network moving.
OS helps introduce 20mph speed limit in Edinburgh
Cutting speed limits in urban areas reduces the risk of road deaths. It also improves pedestrian safety and encourages drivers to choose other travel options.
Saving resources through intelligent route planning
Detailed routes for fleets of vehicles can be created at the touch of a button with Map-a-Route dynamic routing software from Exactrak
Supporting digital transport services
OS and GeoPlace have been working on organising spatial data across territories to facilitate the seamless exchange, standardisation and currency of the data is the goal of the Transport Network-Intelligent Transport Systems project (TN-ITS GO).
£200,000+ savings for garden waste collection in Northumberland
Northumberland County Council has increased levels of recycling and reduced vehicle costs – simply by optimising its garden waste collection routes.