Isochrones: make your
own travel time map
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Isochrone API for developers
Generate travel time polygons to display on any app
Visualise a travel time area using code or filter points of interest within this area.GET STARTED
Build isochrones using QGIS
Travel time data visualisations using GIS open source software
Create travel time layers and analyse population data that falls within these catchment areas.GET STARTED
Isochrones within ArcGIS
Isochrones using public transport data & other modes
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What’s an isochrone and how can I generate a drive time map or map travel time radius?
Wondering what the difference between an isochrone, drive time map and a tool to map travel time radius is? They’re exactly the same thing. An isochrone shows points of an equal value joined together.
For example if you need to draw a drive time area showing all of places you can reach within 30 minutes, this perimeter shows equal points joined. However a ‘travel time radius’ or ‘drive time radius’ don’t actually exist. Radius means circle and travel time shapes come in all shapes and sizes.
Why use time-based maps?
See the technology behind TravelTime
See where’s reachable within
30 min. from London by public
transport 9 AM