The maps on iTransports are solely destined to be displayed on the visitor's computer. The maps on iTransports can only be used for private purposes and all business and public use is forbidden. They may be sent as an attachment to a private e-mail.
Generally, the maps on the site are original creations and are subject to the various regulations relating to copyright.
Editing, broadcasting, reproducing or commercialising iTransports maps is forbidden unless specifically agreed with Moviken. This constitutes a breach of the law in respect of Moviken who reserve the right to protect their rights using all available legal means.
Links can be created by third party sites to iTransports provided they meet the following conditions:
Yes, its one aspect of our business.
Our teams work closely with major accounts with the aim of taking account of their strategic, commercial and communication decisions.
We evaluate potential solutions in terms of mapping talking account the variety and flexibility of our media.
Bus and coach routes are being progressively added to the itransports.fr site and this should be completed by the end of 2007.
Showing the whole of the railway network and all the tram lines from the start of 2006 is already satisfying a significant part of the needs.
We are careful to provide high quality information as Moviken's 18 years of experience in producing maps demonstrates.
The information is gathered by Moviken's teams of professional researchers from the official spokespeople for the different transport networks. They are graphically processed by Moviken's professional mapmakers. However, iTransports cannot be held responsible for any inaccuracies that may occur despite the thorough processing system that is used.
This level of information is sufficient to provide an indication of the service level on a given route.
We should also add that this method of displaying timetables is following current changes with more and more networks moving towards fixed interval services.
e.g. for the TGV (high speed train), it's no longer necessary to accomplish the difficult task of remembering the train times between Paris and Lyon, or even between Lille or Nantes. You know that here is a TGV (high speed train) every hour or every half hour and that the departure times are always the same number of minutes past or before the hour.
Equally, many urban networks also use a similar notion of interval as the basis of their operation.