Tag: Taximap Development

Refining the Taxi Calculator and Booking System

Our To Do list contains 101 other little features and, I think, we need to draw a line under this first release and schedule these enhancements for future releases. We have received a great deal of positive feedback about the system as it is and, provided users take it for what it is and understand what it isn’t (e.g. an estimation system, not a precise pricing system), we believe the system will be a great advantage to minicab companies and end users alike.

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Define a zone, define a price…

.. to begin with we’ve added a means for Taximap members to define areas on the map and set some preferences for those areas – we’re calling these areas ‘Zones’…

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A fixed price taxi booking system this ain’t….

We have always been aware that most mini-cab firms use a fixed price matrix to calculate prices for taxi journeys; i.e. Putney to Fulham is £3, Putney to Hammersmith is £5, Fulham to Hammersmith is £3, etc…. And these prices are not always linear. It is important to understand Taximap does not [employ/adhere] to this model…

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Welcome to the Taxi Map blog

a highly accurate geocoding implementation that allows users to enter a UK postcode, an UK address, or select a major UK airport as one of up to 20 steps in a journey; we have built a back end that allows taxi companies to log in and enter pricing, and provided a booking page that submits the Google Map info back to the cab company. And we’ve even tested it on the Apple iPhone

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About the TaxiMap Blog

This is the support blog for TaxiMap users. Here you'll find information and support relating to the installation and configuration of TaxiMap taxi fare price calculator software for taxi company websites.

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