RailHub Access Points | The new and improved app for Android
OnTrac have released a replacement to OnTrac’s Access Point app for Andriod users.
Railhub Access Points replaces the current Access Point App for Android users only. The new and improved app can be downloaded from the Google Play store. We recommend the old app be deleted before installation.
About RailHub Access Points
✓ Choose from over 18,000 approved access points
✓ View local information including Red Zone prohibitions, authorised walking routes….
✓ Get directions from your current location to any Access Point
✓ Sighting distance calculator and miles/chains/yards converter
✓ Off-line mode
One of our simplest and yet most powerful apps to date.
RailHub Access points allows you to search from over 18000 Network Rail approved access points on your mobile phone (on or off-line) by selecting ‘Compass’ button in the bottom right hand corner of the screen, navigating the map or searching for specific ELRs.
HOW IT WORKS
The app uses your phones built in GPS to find your location and then searches for the 100 nearest access points. Once you have selected an access point, the app will automatically pick up local information including authorised walking routes, local red zones and so on. Once Access Points are downloaded they are available at all times (maps / map overlays have limited functionality when devices are offline).
Map / direction data is provided by Google©
Map overlays are provided by OpenRailwayMap©
INTERESTED IN ACCESS POINTS?
To use the app you will need to register an account. Simply install the application and click register, we will get back to you as soon as possible. Alternatively you can get in touch with us via our contact form.