How we have helped our clients
If you are already a customer looking to get inspired or want to find out how Basemap can help you out, then our case studies are the perfect place for you.
Below you can find examples of how other companies are using Basemap solutions to help them make informed decisions, provide accurate supporting evidence and save both time and money. Have a dig around, or if you’ve done something you’d like us to highlight then please get in touch.
The School Travel team at Staffordshire County Council have been producing 10 and 30 minute walk zone maps for schools in their area to encourage sustainable and active travel for pupils, as well as reducing traffic congestion around schools.
Gloucestershire County Council needed to identify resident’s access to essential services. such as supermarkets and doctors surgeries using public transport travel time analysis to ensure the communities are connected and improve accessibility.
Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust needed to introduce a sustainable car parking permit solution for staff, patients and visitors and also encourage those who lived locally to walk, cycle or get public transport to their sites to both relieve the pressure on parking and encourage active travel.
The GIS team at Merseytravel used our Highways Analyst analyse their Trafficmaster data quickly and easily. Queries that previously took weeks were run in minutes saving valuable time and money.
Staffordshire County Council produce accessibility appraisals to support their district councils in delivering housing and employment development in the most sustainable areas . They have been using TRACC to calculate accessibility for public transport and travel time analysis.
Kelvin Hall School is a popular, over subscribed school in Hull. One of the criteria for admission is distance to the school and they have been using TRACC to accurately calculate the shortest walking distance to school.
Before mode implemented TRACC they had to manually trawl through bus timetables and Google maps. TRACC has transformed the way in which mode is able to assess the accessibility credentials of a development site saving time and money.
Somerset CCG used TRACC outputs to demonstrate the impact on patient travel times to the nearest stroke services site if Yeovil was closed. Based on this evidence the decision to close the Yeovil site was overturned.
A study was completed using TRACC which showed that the Edinburgh Tram allowed 20,384 more people to access the airport in under an hour.