Hello comunity, I'm develpoing kinda "hitchike" app (feel like hitchike but phone instead of table) where I need some "chekpoints" - not road turns, but maybe road number change cities (~center), or some city districts. Is there some library, github repo for this? cause on wiki- routing https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Routing I've not found anything satisfactory for this task. Or what's th closest existing solution for my problem.

Thanks Robert.

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What are "road number change cities"? Why can't you just insert checkpoints every x kilometers? Can you give us more details about your problem and your goal?

(20 Oct '15, 11:39) scai ♦

well and do not care about kilometers - there can be no city/town for e.g 20km or also 3 towns. I need to automaticaly pair the the Hhiker with the driver: the hiker eneters where is his destination (or opt point) and it can be only part of the driver routes. 90% want actually get to some town or city. I need route to consist of "chekcpoints" whether town/city or maybe road crossing. and server'd go thorough that JSON array and automatically pair dirver - hiker when that route is matching. note I'm doing this in NodeJS (javascript)

(20 Oct '15, 13:53) roberto68

so the hiker specifies a town, you translate that to lat/lon. Around this lan/lon you create a circle (of e.g. 3 km) and see whether that circle intersects with the route of the driver ? A bit similar to POIs along the route ?

(21 Oct '15, 06:38) escada

thanks understand. how can I check if that hiker location intersects with driver the route - do you know some good source code example for that?

(21 Oct '15, 08:38) roberto68
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