Hi,

I'm looking for a method to obtain the distance and duration travel between two point.

Starting from two addresses, I need to geocode them in order to get the latitude and longitude of both addresses and then calculate the distance (in km) and the duration ( in minutes) after defining the start and end point.

There is a way to get this kind of information in C#??

Thanks Fabio

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Do you want to do this offline/locally or is accessing an online API an option?

(07 Apr '15, 10:20) AddisMap_Ale...

It doesn't matter, but I need to repeat this process for a large number of addresses. @AddisMap_Ale...

(07 Apr '15, 10:24) Fabio
(08 Apr '15, 14:08) aseerel4c26 ♦

you mean a shortest? / fastest? route based on routing, don't you? See https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Routing#Developers – libs and webservice APIs are available. If you use somebody's routing webservice you – of course – need to negotiate terms for your "large number of addresses" unless it is allowed by the service's usage policy.

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edited 08 Apr '15, 14:07

... and about geocoding of addresses, see Search_engines

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Note: I guess the routing webservices would do the geocoding for the user.

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