GraphHopper Blog

Leg-based information

Recently we added some new path details: leg_time and leg_distance. This makes it easier to get the time, distance and the geometry per “leg”. A “leg” is a specific part of the route. See the example below and the first leg is from Schwarzkollm (start) to Bröthen (via point) and the second leg is from […]

Gold Corporate Member

We’re proud to announce that we’ve once again become a Gold Corporate Member of the OpenStreetMap Foundation! OpenStreetMap is a global, open-source mapping project that allows anyone to contribute and use free geographic data. As a Gold Corporate Member, we’re supporting their mission to create a free and open map of the world. We believe […]

Preview: API Explorer

Here is a little preview of our latest development, our API Explorer. It’s not just an ordinary tool to examine API requests & responses in a JSON editor. Our API Explorer comes with a unique feature that will make your development process a lot more fun: a map at the center of it all! With […]

GraphHopper Routing Engine 7.0 Released

We have released the next version of GraphHopper, the flexible and fast open source routing engine for OpenStreetMap. Read more about it on GitHub and read on to find out what’s new. When you start the new GraphHopper Routing Engine, you will be greeted by the new GraphHopper Maps. We have blogged about it earlier […]

API Documentation Upgrade

We have now made our API documentation even more user-friendly. First, we’ve improved our search and second, you can now request our API directly from the documentation with an integrated API client. Search:There is now a nice search that is marked with a magnifying glass. If you click on this magnifying glass, a search window […]