Talk:Routing/online routers

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Does YOURS deal with turn restrictions?

In the feature matrix of web based routing services there is a YES for YOURS at the point "Turn Restrictions". But after trying some routings in cities of northern Germany, i have my doubts about this: YOURS does NOT pay attention to turn restrictions! Or can anyone post here a YOURS-permalink with a valid routing through turn restrictions? --Stephan75 17:54, 11 May 2009 (UTC)

Seems to be that it supports only relations with a restriction=no_* but not those with restriction=only_*. Alv 18:08, 11 May 2009 (UTC)
It was now changed to partial. In Würzburg some difficult routes with turnrestrictions work fine. John07


Does OpenStreetBrowser support routing?

I can't find a routing service on this domain. John07

Could find it, but it is using CloudMade routing, so we don't need to add it to the list. John07

"yournavigation.org"

I have come to meet http://www.yournavigation.org/ which is an OSM-based web router not mentioned here, but I don't know enough detail to edit the page here for now... Hervé

have a look at the URL behind the already mentioned YOURS ... that is leading to yournavigation.org --Stephan75 19:14, 4 May 2011 (BST)

Bicycle routing (fastest)

The long title for Bicycle routing (fastest) is Fastest route for bicycles, accounting for speed limits. What does that mean ? Are there any speed limits for bicycles in the database ?? -- Juergen 16:09, 17 May 2012 (BST)

I've seen cycleways with 10 mph (16 km/h) speed limits. --NE2 17:21, 17 May 2012 (BST)