As previewed on the Guardian Edinburgh blog recently, the map aims to promote off-street cycling. 30,000 copies are being sent to residents in the city.
It will be followed later this year by an interactive version of the map, aiming to give locals more control over the maintenance of the routes. Anyone will be able to update the map with geo-tagged reports of problems on the paths, pictures, videos and stories.
For Full Article: http://www.guardian.co.uk/edinburgh/2011/feb/25/edinburgh-cycling-innertube-map-bike-station
Anumakonda Jagadeesh comments:
Excellent planning. Bicycles are in great use in China, India, Indonesia etc. nobody thought of the plan like the one presented. Infact bicycle is the clean energy mode of travelling and transportation (Three wheeler).