Double-click anywhere on the map to create an new isodistance map from that point (double-tap on mobile).
Distance (in feet, max 5280)
Download this KML
* What is this?
- An experiment to show, from a given start point, all the roads you can cover within a specified distance. Green marks paths you can reach in the given distance. The blue circle has a radius equal to that distance.
* Why didn't it mark XYZ Ave?
- The data used for routing comes from Openstreetmap and is © OpenStreetMap contributors
. As with Google map data, sometimes the segments don't match up with reality, especially for sidewalks and parking lots. You can fix wrong or missing data yourself at osm.org
. Note my map doesn't use live osm data, so it won't update here until I manually sync it.
* I clicked somewhere outside of Austin and nothing happened.
- It only works in Austin, roughly in the bbox (30.13,-98.03), (30.47,-97.48)
* Where can I find more maps like this?
- Check out Walkscore's
Travel Time Map, or search for isochrone or isodistance map.
* Should I use these results for navigation? Can I trust my life to this website?
* how u do dis
- 1) Read osm xml to build a network of highway nodes 2) traverse network (Dijkstra's algorithm) until distance is reached 3) output visited segments to a kml 4) load kml in google maps web api 5) ??? 6) PROFIT!