Beeline Road Rating is a way to feedback on the roads that you ride.
We use your feedback to improve routes for you and the entire Beeline community. As part of our mission to improve journeys on two wheels, we believe that traditional road data (road type, speed limit etc.) doesn’t cover everything when it comes to creating the ideal route for you.
We’re just getting started with this so we decided to keep it simple initially.
If you’re riding on a road that you think is great, you can give it positive feedback (the green button in app, or right hand + buttons if you have it enabled on your device).
Conversely, if you’re riding on a road that you find unpleasant, give it negative feedback (tap the red button in app or left hand - button if you have it enabled on your device).
You can see the Ratings that you have given in your journey summary at the end of every ride, and all the Ratings you have given in your journey heatmap.
When you’re planning a journey, we create better routes by using everyone's ratings. We also show where the best and worst sections of your journey will be to help you decide which route is best for you!
We’ll always create routes that avoid the very worst of roads (70 mph dual carriageways for example). When you’re deciding between Fast, Balanced and Quiet routes, you can use the Road Rating markers on the map to choose which one suits you the best.
We know this is stating the obvious but please only rate roads when you are capable of doing so and avoid rating in dangerous situations.
The data that you provide through rating roads with Beeline is used solely to improve the service that we provide to you. Whether that’s the routing you’re given, or the directions you follow on your device. This geolocation data is only available to us if you provide your consent in the app.
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