Edinburgh’s Innertube map. Edinburgh has some 75km of off-street paths for. AM; by Ed Hawkins. Re Granton water. Stops on this Route. Canonmills-Trinity. Other Routes. Fountainbridge – Ratho.

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It would be good to link it inertube the Edinburgh Core Paths Plan. However, as dair mentions, it is probably much better as a mapp of distributing news and issues about particular areas of the network which you happen to use, although I have a feeling that if it becomes popular that it could get overwhelmed with rubbish or out-of-date posts.

The CycleStreets Journey Planner is an excellent tool. Click on the map to read the latest news and stories about each route or stop.

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I did the mapping for this a few years ago but its all in pdf and paper form and never made it online. Obviously this is where you run into issues of cost, vandalism and landowner negotiations. Viewing 15 posts – 1 through 15 of 15 total. If you look at the local authorities with extensive rural areas such as Fife and highland, you can see the massive amount of time and effort that has been required by core paths plans — in Edinburgh we were relatively lucky in that we had a comparatively small area and path network edinbirgh assess.

Re Granton water front: Shared footpaths where cyclists have to edinbyrgh priority at every junction. Sunday 27th is day two of the Edinburgh Doors Open Day — a chance to visit buildings and sites not usually open to the public, or extra events being held at places which are accessible year round. To view the map fullscreen, click here or use the tools below to zoom in and scan around the map Edinburgh’s Innertube Map – The Bike Station The map was developed through the Bike Station’s Climate Challenge Fund project, A better way to work.


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Anyone can post comments to the blog, including photos, videos and audio. So I guess the Innertube map will only really work as a true map if there mxp good signage on each route, clearly marking each stop in correlation with the map? It gives you alternative routes choices so you can pick a faster or quieter journey, and detailed mapping with a turn-by-turn route description.

To view imnertube map fullscreen, click here or use the tools below to zoom in and scan around the map. Which is quite annoying. Have your say below.

Back in November I was contacted by Thomas Brown from The Drylaw Neighbourhood Centre about the potential for a large scale mural project which would take place in a rather neglected underpass under West Granton Road.

Anyone will be able to update the map with geo-tagged reports of problems on the paths, pictures, videos and stories. Threads collapsed expanded unthreaded. Popular Comments Mwp and pedestrians — where do you draw the line?

Community Growing Co-ordinator Full-time, 35hours per week to develop and coordinate the North […]. Posted from Edinburgh, Scotland, […]. There have been two evenings of path improvement sessions this week around Fiveways Junction by local volunteers and path regulars.

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Many are on or near the paths, perfect for visiting as many as possible by bike. The Innertube map shows: The Sinclair Fountain was erected by novelist and […].


There has been an upgrade in the Brunstane Burn path which links in Musselburgh with the Innocent railway. Are they still available? A team of 16 people worked along the stretch of path from Coburg Street to the end of the Water of Leith path, clearing overhanging vegetation and litter picking.? He hopes it can continue to grow and spawn all kinds of community initiatives.

Surrounded By Zulus Member. We had an exciting delivery at the Innertube Map office yesterday — some lazer cut plywood stencils of bike logos and arrows, which I am hoping to use to help people find their way onto some of the harder to find Innertube routes. I guess it does work as a bit of a talking point and a consciousness raiser for people that may not currently be cycling, which is good.

One of the ambitions of the project is to improve signage on the off-road paths in the north of the city. The London tube map works because the stations are clearly sign posted, and once you have entered the system, your journey is effectively abstracted from the actual twists and turns of the rail lines; all you have to do is change at the right places, and eventually you will pop out at your destination.