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Which router is using the most recent OSM data for routing? I see successful routing through newly added ways as a good validation that it has been done correctly.

asked 12 Jan '12, 16:09

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You can try Navit or Osmand

Both are using offline data with an offline routing engine. So you can grap latest OSM map data and even create your maps on your own.

Maybe there are a few more ... search the OSM wiki!

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answered 12 Jan '12, 18:34

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The majority of the offline routing apps give you the ability to create your own maps from osm files. So you decide how old the data is.

You do need to download a map-maker in most cases.

(16 Jan '12, 17:34) Sanderd17

Any answer anyone gives here will be out of date in a few months, so there's little point in posting one. It's better to ask this kind of question on the mailing lists, since they're more time-sensitive.

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answered 12 Jan '12, 16:47

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