walkit Network West Midlands

walkit Network West Midlands

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Walkit nwm is the urban walking route planner for the West Midlands of the United Kingdom, allowing you to generate optimised A to B walking routes throughout the region (see list of supported areas below). Each route includes a map, a set of written turn-by-turn directions, an estimated walking time (according to a slow, medium or fast pace), a journey distance (miles and kilometres), a calorie burn and an estimated carbon saving.

With one touch you can reverse your walking route for the journey back.

Taking advantage of your phone's location-awareness, the map can be set to follow you as you walk.

Following walking directions has never been easier!

Select between a direct (i.e. the quickest) route or a 'less busy' one that will try and avoid major roads and favour off-road paths through parks and by waterways.

Link in with Bus, Train and Metro journeys by planning your walking routes from stops and stations to your destination.

Walkit Network West Midlands gives you access to free walking route plans within the following districts:

* Birmingham
* Coventry
* Dudley
* Sandwell
* Solihull
* Walsall
* Wolverhampton

Recently changed in this version

First release version 1.1.9


Comments and ratings for walkit Network West Midlands
  • (38 stars)

    by A Google User on 26/11/2013

    Works fine for me if a bit limited. It helps if you are familiar with the web version.

  • (38 stars)

    by Craig Martell on 04/09/2013

    Keeps saying walkit nwm has stopped working

  • (38 stars)

    by Raven Gurlxx on 16/05/2013

    I dont get it... I put in an address, and it says I still need to enter one in. Then when it DID work it said my route was 7 hours! Id only put in my home add with a road 5 mins away. Fix and Ill reinstall app but for now Im going to use Google Maps!!

  • (38 stars)

    by Adrian O'Brien on 14/02/2013

    Told me to walk 10.8 miles, yeah thanks for that if I wanted to just walked I'd use Google maps

  • (38 stars)

    by Phil Brown on 11/01/2013

    Could be better, like anything invoking these