Mapzen Mobility is a toolkit for multimodal transportation, powered by open-source software and open data.
Mapzen Turn-by-Turn guides you between points by car, bike, foot, and multimodal combinations involving walking and riding public transit. Your apps can use Mapzen Turn-by-Turn to plan multimodal journeys with narratives to guide users by text and by voice. Mapzen Turn-by-Turn draws data from OpenStreetMap and from Transitland, the open transit data aggregation project that Mapzen sponsors.
Trying to run more than one errand in the day or start your own delivery service? The Optimized Route service computes the times and distances between many origins and destinations and provides you with an optimized path between the locations.
If you want only a table of the times and distances, start with Mapzen Matrix.
Use Mapzen Isochrone to get a computation of areas that are reachable within specified time periods from a location or set of locations.
Mapzen Map Matching matches coordinates to known roads so you can turn a path into a route with narrative instructions and get the attribute values from that matched line.
Use Mapzen Transit Available to check the availability of transit for at least 1 location.
Use Mobility Explorer to query and visualize transit data from Transitland and analyze access using Mapzen Mobility services.