Hello everyone ,

All the drawn lines of the map are called segments.

The question is : When editing the routes online using google chrome browser is it possible to export any segment into a .gpx file and save it on hard drive ? is there such a function or we have to use a program to edit NOT the web browser ? Thank you very much.

Baran.

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What sort of "routes" are you talking about? Can you give an example?

(02 Feb '17, 10:12) Richard ♦
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https://waymarkedtrails.org/ allows downloading of OSM routes as GPX files. Does this answer your question?

(02 Feb '17, 10:37) scai ♦

I am talking about OSM map. I have logged into https://www.openstreetmap.org, then panning to my city, then want to click any drawn route or segment and export it to gpx. Thank you all in advance

(02 Feb '17, 22:31) Baran Rain
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That is not possible on osm.org, as fas as I know. But osm.org is just ONE way of looking at OSM data! The three answers you were given here, all use OSM data.

(03 Feb '17, 07:52) joost schouppe

If you're thinking of extracting a personal route, I like graphopper for that. You can make a route, with many waypoints and then extract it to a GPX.

If you want the real segment, you can query it by ID with overpass-turbo. It allows for export to GPX.

If you want something else, please explain!

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