I am considering using OpenStreetMap maps the United States Postal Service Every Door Direct Mail which requires a separate map provider. But there service requires maps that use meters instead of longitude and latitude. Does any one know if OpenStreetMap API offers concordance in Meters?

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(23 Mar '15, 17:55) thewordsmith
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I presume you want to create routes which will be used for door drop advertising material. It would help if you could clarify this a bit.

(23 Mar '15, 19:30) SK53 ♦

Yes, that is what I want to do.

(23 Mar '15, 20:03) thewordsmith

The EDDM site has its own map that isn't using OSM data, and this is what you need to use for their service (as far as I can tell). I'm confused about where OSM comes into play. Can you update your question with more detail about what you're trying to do?

(24 Mar '15, 17:10) alester

I am actually told EDDM goes through www.esri.com whom has an API at https://developers.arcgis.com/javascript/jssamples/

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