There are two types of request points.
A waypoint is a destination. Use it when you plan to stop there. Via points (throughpoints) correct the route to make it pass through all the via points. Waypoints are guaranteed to be between sections in the resulting route. Via points are embedded into sections.
For each request point, you can provide a list of arrival points (for example, if the request point is a building, you can provide a list of entrances to that building). If there is at least one arrival point, then the router will choose one of them and use it for routing. The point member will be used only as a suggestion. Otherwise, the point itself will be used for routing.
Also, for each point you can specify a list of driving arrival points (for example, places where the driver can park their vehicle). They will be used in nearby alternatives: the router will provide alternatives to these points along with alternatives to the main destination point.
+ (nonnull YMKRequestPoint *)requestPointWithPoint:(nonnull YMKPoint *)point arrivalPoints:(nonnull NSArray< YMKPoint * > *)arrivalPoints drivingArrivalPoints:(nonnull NSArray< YMKDrivingArrivalPoint * > *)drivingArrivalPoints type:(YMKRequestPointType)type
(assign, readonly) NSArray< YMKPoint * > * arrivalPoints
(assign, readonly) NSArray< YMKDrivingArrivalPoint * > * drivingArrivalPoints
Driving arrival points.
(assign, readonly) YMKPoint * point
The request point.
(assign, readonly) YMKRequestPointType type
The type of request point specified.