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London Discovery Trails now on PhotoRoute

Following the success of our Southbank mapping work with the Greater London Authority (GLA) have commissioned us to work with them to create their new Discovery Trails across London. They have put together six unique walking routes across the historic city centre that will take you on…

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Mayor of London Presents PhotoRoute

We were recently commissioned to produce over 20 routes for the Greater London Authority as part of their initiative to increase footfall to the newly renovated Southbank area. The Southbank area has 22 million visitors per year, but most were not exploring beyond Blackfriars Bridge…

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100 day countdown to the opening of the Paralympic Games

The 21st of May marks the 100 day countdown to the opening of the Paralympic Games, 12 momentous days where 150 nations will compete together. In preparation, the Greater London Authority (GLA) has improved physical access and way finding to the South Bank’s wealth of…

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Incorporating Photoroute on your website

Incorporating Photoroute on your website can be implemented in many ways thanks to the flexibility and configurability which has been designed into the Photoroute product set. There is no single best way to build Photoroute maps into your website, but rather you have the choice…

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Sample Photoroute – Tower Hill Gateway to City Hall

To get the feel for the quality and effectiveness of PhotoRoute maps, it is often best to take a look at one of the routes. As described elsewhere, the GLA has invested heavily in the Southbank Riverside walk access improvements and as part of that…

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Enabled Maps renamed to PhotoRoute

After 5 years, Enabled Maps is being rebranded to PhotoRoute, we feel this is a clearer name for this mainstream service and while our roots were grown in disability access and the social model of disability, Enabled City aims to promote a positive image of people with disabilities as service providers…

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Southbank Riverside Walk Access Improvements

We were delighted to be able to share a display unit at LOCOG’s (London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games) Inclusive Journey 2012 exhibition at the Excel Centre yesterday to exhibit the enabled maps which we have developed for the GLA (Greater London…

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