Hi, I am developing a project for cargo transportation company. I am using Bing silverlight control and as a source openstreetmaps, users are selecting cities there(cities list I am bringing from GeoNames JSON service) I want to show on map how driver can go from first city to the second. In short - Is there a web service which as parameter wants longitude1, latitude1, longitude2, latitude2 and as a results returns road connecting that 2 points? My project is for countries from past USSR, so I can not use Bing a Google because their rode data for our countries is not good. http://openrouteservice.org/ this site is working fine for me.

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asked 14 Apr '11, 10:50

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You already mention one option, namely OpenRouteService.org. They have an API you can use. Have you tried this? If you had problems, consider editing your question with more information (or posting a separate question).

Other routing options are listed under online routers in the OSM wiki. You might want to try these as well. Unfortunately, the page does not list which ones provide a web-based API. If you find out, consider adding the information to the page.

Good luck!

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answered 14 Apr '11, 11:15

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