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BC Route Planner REST API

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Version: 2.0.0


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Description

Finds shortest/fastest route between a start point and one or more stop points on British Columbia's public road network. The BC Route planner webpage provides additional information. Here are some geocoded addresses to play with: 18 Douglas St,Victoria -123.36962,48.40892 1002 Johnson St, Victoria -123.355745,48.426206 543 Johnson St, Victoria, BC -123.36907,48.42770 14 Centennial Sq, Victoria, BC -123.36564,48.42863 1105 Royal Ave,New Westminster -122.92009,49.20063 808 Jackson Cres, New Westminster -122.90762,49.22558 10810 McDonald Rd, Chilliwack -121.93808,49.19859 3950 June Springs Rd, Kelowna -119.40751,49.83960 1201 Riondel Rd, Kootenay Bay -116.85402,49.74448 1201 Riondel Rd, Kootenay Bay -116.832759,49.730500 (parcelPoint) 2499 Walbran Pl, Courtenay -124.97295,49.71518 2013 Smoke Bluff Rd, Squamish -123.13946,49.70401 235 Kelvin Grove Way, Lions Bay -123.23524,49.45035 Please see our data collection notice.
Please note that you may experience issues when submitting requests to the delivery or test environment if using this OpenAPI specification in other API console viewers.
Developer API keys are unique and can be acquired with a GitHub account. Production government applications may use organization API keys acquired by contacting DataBC.

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Finds shortest/fastest route between a start point and one or more stop points on British Columbia's public road network. The BC Route planner webpage provides additional information. Here are some geocoded addresses to play with: 18 Douglas St,Victoria -123.36962,48.40892 1002 Johnson St, Victoria -123.355745,48.426206 543 Johnson St, Victoria, BC -123.36907,48.42770 14 Centennial Sq, Victoria, BC -123.36564,48.42863 1105 Royal Ave,New Westminster -122.92009,49.20063 808 Jackson Cres, New Westminster -122.90762,49.22558 10810 McDonald Rd, Chilliwack -121.93808,49.19859 3950 June Springs Rd, Kelowna -119.40751,49.83960 1201 Riondel Rd, Kootenay Bay -116.85402,49.74448 1201 Riondel Rd, Kootenay Bay -116.832759,49.730500 (parcelPoint) 2499 Walbran Pl, Courtenay -124.97295,49.71518 2013 Smoke Bluff Rd, Squamish -123.13946,49.70401 235 Kelvin Grove Way, Lions Bay -123.23524,49.45035 Please see our data collection notice.
Please note that you may experience issues when submitting requests to the delivery or test environment if using this OpenAPI specification in other API console viewers.
Developer API keys are unique and can be acquired with a GitHub account. Production government applications may use organization API keys acquired by contacting DataBC.

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