I am new to OSM and apps related to it and I have one task that I need to do.

I have a fixed traveling route for a car between point A and point B. I need to extract road and node data on that route, such as highway key, traffic lights etc. That data should be exported in some file or array of data.

How can I do this ?

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There are a two routing apps on the map page accessible by clicking on the turn arrow, they are created by graphopper and OSRM they both have websites that should be able to do what you want.

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I understand Mico95 already has a route but he is now looking for additional data on that route like road type and traffic lights. Can these tools provide that?

(24 Sep, 19:50) TZorn

Yes, you are right TZorn. I have a route, I do not need to generate it. I just need data for the route I want? Is there some way I can define it in some program and then export atrribute table?

(24 Sep, 20:02) Mico95

Yes, you are right TZorn. I have a route, I do not need to generate it. I just need data for the route I want? Is there some way I can define it in some program and then export atrribute table? Maybe make a layer in QGIS with only that route, is that possible and if how ?

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