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Routing API: Using Path Details

With the GraphHopper Directions API it is easy to calculate the route from A to B including multiple intermediate waypoints. Our customers often use the Route Optimization API to get an optimized order of many deliveries. To deliver your packages or services in real world you additionally need a navigation application where you need turn […]

GraphHopper Routing Engine 0.13 released

Today, we are proud to announce the release of GraphHopper 0.13. GraphHopper is an open source routing engine for roads and public transit, released under the Apache License 2.0. By default it uses OpenStreetMap and GTFS data and it can import other data sources. The demo is called GraphHopper Maps and shows most road routing […]

July News From GraphHopper

We are happy to announce further improvements of our services. Please note that we will remove the possibility to use TLS 1.0 and 1.1 in approx. 6 weeks. On 1. September these older protocols won’t be possible anymore. Nearly all clients should use more recent versions already, so highly likely no action must be taken […]

Path Details Updates

The Routing API has supported path details for 2 years, but had some limitations. E.g. the details like cycleway, or bridleway where missing, which is now returned instead of a generic “other” value. Also path details are now supported for the TomTom add-on. Before: Afterwards: If you want to see this feature in action on […]

April News From GraphHopper

Lean back and read our fresh spring news: For the GraphHopper Directions API we are looking for an infrastructure engineer – feel free to contact us for more details. A few weeks ago we released the new version 0.12 of the GraphHopper open source routing engine. Read more about it here. Finally we are happy […]

GraphHopper Routing Engine 0.12 Released

A new release 0.12.0 of the open soure GraphHopper routing engine is available. The GraphHopper routing engine supported turn restrictions and turn costs only for a subset of its algorithms. After over a year of work on the edge-based routing for the speed mode (Contraction Hierarchy=CH) it is now possible to support turn costs for […]