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Routes on OpenStreetMap.org
Now on the website OpenStreetMap.org you can make routes from point A to point B (the code on Github).
OpenStreetMap is able to plot a route to travel by car, bicycle or on foot. Each of the options has two external providers.
In its turn, OpenStreetMap hopes that the built-in navigator will increase user activity on editing maps and descriptions of unmarked objects. After all, when you move from area one sees a different perspective, in more detail. That is, you will notice such details, which are not visible on map without routes. For example, the lack of a left turn on the map, even though this change is possible on a real road. Or part of the road "for buses only."
In general, all indifferent people are invited to edit and further Routes on OpenStreetMap.org . Map data should belong to the people and not be owned and controlled by corporations!Digital cartography and GPS navigation 28-05-2015