Attribution guidelines

Details of when and how attribution should be included when using TravelTime data.

Updated over a week ago

When do I need to include attribution

Attribution should be included whenever TravelTime data, or analysis created using this data, is made available to users outside of the primary user's organisation (the 'Licensee').
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This includes, for example:

  • A mobile or web application where search functionality is powered by the TravelTime API

  • A report that is produced using one of the TravelTime plugins and is shared with a third party, such as an end customer

  • A blog post, article, tweet, or research paper where TravelTime data is used to create any of the results / visuals / analysis

How to include attribution

In the majority of cases, a simple linked text attribution is all that is required. Specific details can be found below.

Visuals / images / maps

When TravelTime data is displayed directly (e.g an isochrone on a map) then the following attribution should be used:

Reports / articles

When TravelTime data is used indirectly (e.g to calculate reachable population values in a report) then the following attribution should be used:

Map Tiles

When using the Map Tiles API from TravelTime (e.g as the base map on a web application) then the following attribution should be used:

  • Attribution text - "OpenStreetMap | Created with TravelTime API"

  • The below code snippet can be used for these purposes:

    Map data &copy; <a href="https://www.openstreetmap.org/">OpenStreetMap</a>; | Created with <a href="https://traveltime.com"" target="_blank">TravelTime API</a>sdgf


When displaying TravelTime data on a base map from the TravelTime API (e.g an isochrone on a TravelTime map) then only the Map Tiles attribution is required.
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For more information on attribution, please contact [email protected]

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