QRoutes has an intuitive and interactive GIS-based user interface. Routing is either manual (QRoutes Lite) or automatic with the option to manually adjust routes (QRoutes) so planners can quickly and easily apply their on-the-job knowledge when and where necessary.
Ordnance Survey Maps
Ordnance Survey has the most up-to-date UK maps for complete confidence that your plans are accurate.
Not in the UK? QRoutes also works with Open Street Map.
QRoutes partners with industry leader, Ordnance Survey, to validate and geo-code all source and destination addresses.
QRoutes users can create ‘Stops’ where passengers from nearby homes can board and alight together. Existing public bus stops are available options and, in any case, new Stops can be checked for suitability via the tie-in to Google Street View. Planners who create Stops can then re-optimise to produce ever more efficient routes.
The QRoutes planner can configure board and alight times for 19 passenger types, set speeds for 13 road types, calibrate road speeds from actual journey times, add map overlays, generate different vehicle layouts, and choose on what combinations of cost, time travelled, distance travelled, CO2 emissions etc. to optimise routes.
Choosing to use QRoutes may have implications for elsewhere in your organisation – such as Purchasing, IT, and Project Management. This note sets addresses some of the questions they may have.