Riskline’s travel safety maps expands to 250 cities

Riskline has expanded its collection of City Safety Maps to cover 250 cities, detailing city-specific threats and other local knowledge down to street-level and including data on high crime zones, protest flashpoints and other areas of concern.

Communications director at Riskline, Suzanne Sangiovese explains: “When it comes to risk we know that it’s the granular detail that’s crucial to travel managers. Being able to accurately assess a location or situation and communicate the necessary detail to travellers is pivotal to successful and safe business travel.

"Our extensive collection of City Maps are highly researched and regularly updated in order to provide the very latest and accurate information. Travel managers can easily navigate these maps to source the information that’s relevant to them.”

City Safety Maps are available through the Riskline portal as part of existing City Safety Reports, as well as through an API, which can be incorporated into travel and duty of care apps.

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