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Does anyone know of an OSM-based routing service, where you can choose certain POIs from OSM as "things to avoid". I recently saw an "art project" with the last pedestrian route you can take through a larger city where you meet no security cameras. Would be cool to be able to do that kind of thing in a router.

asked 24 Oct '17, 09:07

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Have a look at the crossing Dublin without passing by a pub puzzle for inspiration. The latest solution using graphhopper looks simple enough: use overpass to download a list of no-go POIs, generate new routing weights using that list, and ask for a route using those weights :)

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answered 24 Oct '17, 10:27

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edited 24 Oct '17, 10:57

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