Create a drive time map

A free drive time mapping tool to explore how far you can drive within a time limit. Also available as an API or plugin for ArcGIS, Alteryx or QGIS.

No sign up required!

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How to draw a driving radius map

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Pick a start location

Find out 'how far can I go' from any location

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Select how far you want to drive

Create a 1 hour driving radius map or more

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View data visualization

Shape on map shows where's reachable in a time limit

How we calculate drive times


We use our own model to calculate drive times by applying specific driving speeds to individual roads. We have different speeds for city roads, rural roads and also time delays for traffic lights, roundabouts and more.

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Overlap drive time shapes


Select more than one start location to see where is mutually accessible for 2+ start points.

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Why the term 'driving radius' is not correct


A radius is a circle, however, a driving catchment area is not a perfect circular shape. It must follow road networks and drive times in urban areas look different from rural drive shapes. The shape is often called a drive time polygon or isochrone.

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Ways to draw a driving distance area


Explore how far you can go within a drive time limit using:
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