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GraphHopper was added to AlternativeTo by rajalshah on Aug 9, 2014 and this page was last updated Aug 5, 2022.

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Top positive commentAug 4, 2022


• Libre Source (Open Source). If you are not familiar with "Libre Source", it means this software has both stronger security & stronger privacy. Because its code is publicly available for review and contributions on GitHub at • Attractive Apache License 2.0. This means the software code of this extension is owned and supported by a friendly not-for-profit community. Instead of a for-profit corporation. • GraphHopper is one of my favourite alternatives to Google Maps online • Able to search street addresses • Route planning and route optimization • Fast • World wide coverage • Route editor • Wide choice of map suppliers: ___• Omniscale ___• OpenStreetMap ___• Esri Aerial ___• TF Transport ___• TF Cycle ___• TF Outdoors ___• TF Neighbourhood ___• Kurviger Liberty ___• Lyrk ___• WanderReitKarte ___• Sorbian Language ___• ___• Able to import other map suppliers • API. RESTful web service. • Available as self-hosted

Challenge: • The GraphHopper online is available only in English or German at But using their API, you could self-host GraphHopper then add any languages to your liking.

Try: • Try GraphHopper online for free at

Show Your Support: • If you enjoy this application, show your support to the authors & contributors with: ___• Forum support at ___• Patch at

Review done using: • Firefox 91 • Debian 10 Buster • GNOME 3.30.2

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CommentJul 19, 2017

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I've created this animation with Graphhopper routing engine, which uses OpenStreetMap data. I am using FME to parse the GPX responses from the API calls. I've created a grid of roughly 2000 points in western U.S. and use those as destinations and SF as the starting point. The frames are visualized with QGIS Time Manager and gif is built with GIMP. One frame = 10 minutes of traveling and there are total 171 frames.

[Edited by Kagerjay, July 19]

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