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I am working with a Non Profit group who are looking for collect information around urban cycling routes.
They would like to know the routes people take to get from point A to point B.
I thought, "well web maps are great for that!"
Are there any out of the box solutions (ie: Google Maps Engine, CartoDB, MapBox, etc.) that would allow for the creation of a web map where people could enter data (draw their cycling route)?
I know that a web map could be made using things like Leaflet, but the group does not have web mapping or web development capabilities.
Ideally, the web map could be embedded into an online survey, and at the end of the survey, the group could access the drawn routes and download them for analysis in a GIS.