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Hi All,

For a project, I need to optimize routing between about 5000 locations. Now, for this test, we need to apply our own speed mapping based on the highway tags which makes it a lot harder. I found graphhopper, but that would cost a lot (because we can only use the routing api to get the highway tags, and we need the fastest route from every point to every point (=5000 x 5000 = 25 mil).

Does anyone know of an easier or cheaper tool/way to achieve this? Many thanks in advance!

asked 03 Oct '18, 08:29

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You can set up Graphhopper or OSRM on your own server, or on one you have rented from a provider such as Amazon AWS, Google Cloud Platform, Hetzner or OVH.

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answered 04 Oct '18, 09:41

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