Drawing an isochrone

With OALLEY, you can draw very easily isochrones, isodistances and catchment areas for free. These zones represent how far you can go in a given time or for a given distance. They are often used for market analysis purposes or to study a delivery area.

Isochrone example
Isochrone at 1 hour from Sacramento

To draw a time zone, or isochrone, go to the map.

Once you’re on the map, go to the new area creation panel on the upper left to draw your first isochrone:

Select the “Time zone” mode by clicking on the corresponding button:

Then, define the starting point of your zone:

And finally, select the transportation mode and the travel time:

Temps de trajet et mode de transport

Finish by clicking ont the Compute button. You’ve just drawn your first isochrone!

If you want to add a new zone, click on the Add new area button to unfold the new area creation panel:

If you need to save your map or to share it to other people, you can use the Share button on the lower left panel. This will generate a unique link to your map:

Now you have all the information to draw your first isochrones with OALLEY. Let’s get to the map to draw your zones: https://www.oalley.net/app

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