OpenStreetMap data is a good source. There are however a number of things that need to be considered about the data used. tagging rules are contained in a configuration file and can easily be customised to change the interpretation of each tag. Full instructions for using the four programs are provided. configuration files. These files contain information about the routing preferences (types of highways, preferred speeds etc), tagging rules and translation information for the outputs. output files that contain the calculated route. numerical limits for the range of data identifiers that can be handled and the size of the database. algorithm that is used by Routino takes the OpenStreetMap data and creates a local database of the important information for rapid routing. installation describes how to compile the programs and install them.