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I am working on mapping a private community. I added a couple of addresses (for validation purposes), gave it a few weeks, and am testing turn-by-turn directions. The destination addresses is "2736, Tyrol Nook Drive, Innsbrook, Warren County, Missouri, 63390, United States" If I use OSRM and Grasshopper my turn-by-turn directions are not correct, missing data or showing old data. Valhalla does turn by turn correctly. My questions is, before I go to the effort of updating all the addresses is the community, will my turn-by-turn stuff eventually work on OSRM, why are they not working now?

asked 09 Aug '23, 21:45

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It looks as if the demo OSRM instance used at osm.org has not updated the data yet (the same applies to the Graphhopper instance used). If you look here at https://fast-routing-api.demo.routingapi.net/ with your destination, you'll see that a more recent OSRM data update will route to your destination the same way Valhalla does.

So the mapping you did will eventually work on osm.org as well as soon as the demo instance at routing.openstreetmap.de will update the data.

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answered 10 Aug '23, 10:15

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edited 10 Aug '23, 10:26

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