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How do I calculate drive time catchment ISOCHRONES using OSM data. Thanks. Sam

asked 31 May '13, 09:32

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edited 31 May '13, 13:56

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You can take a look at OpenRouteService which has a Accessibility Analysis. But keep in mind that their routing data is currently very outdated (from 2012-10-29).

Another reachability analysis is available from Geofabrik.

And we even have a whole wiki page about Isochrone (you didn't search for it, did you?).

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answered 31 May '13, 09:58

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edited 31 May '13, 10:01

Thanks Scai, I looked at the page however there were only three software references available. Mainly looking for a free software/service to which a request can be sent a response recd. in the form of isochrone. Accessibility Analysis seems the best, but I have had a number of attempts for a reasonably long period of wait for 3 or 5 minute time without much luck.

(02 Jun '13, 00:51) sbabbar
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