Route Optimization API

API for automatically distributing deliveries to vehicles or employees and building optimal routes for each of them.

  • The distribution process minimizes the total time and distance to travel or the total cost of delivery, which can help reduce the number of vehicles in use.
  • Limitations such as delivery windows and compatibility of cargo and vehicles are taken into account for assigning orders and planning routes.
  • Driving routes are planned using a detailed traffic forecast for the corresponding time of day. Walking routes for on-foot couriers include public transport routes.

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Register in the Developer Dashboard and get an API key
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Read the documentation and try out the API with the basic examples
Documentation Basic examples
Test the API with your own tasks
Choose the pricing plan that fits your business
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Core capabilities

  • Minimize total time, distance, or both
  • Minimize overall delivery costs after considering expenses for using each mode of transport and possible penalties for delays or failure to fulfill orders
  • Maximize vehicle utilization and turnover (planned)

Modes of transport and related restrictions

  • Automobile transport with a detailed traffic forecast for the planned period (for a specific time in the future)
  • Public transport or walking only
  • Support for multi-mode transport
  • Support for multiple runs per day
  • Support for special transport zones, such as restricted access to certain roads or for specific vehicle categories (planned)
  • Driver mode support (planned)

Delivery windows and service response time

  • Timeframes for warehouse operations and order fulfillment
  • Service time for warehouses and delivery points

Additional mode

  • Pick up & delivery mode
  • End route at any point
  • Start route from any point, instead of the warehouse (planned)

Restrictions and additional parameters

  • Compatibility of orders and vehicles
  • Prioritized modes of transport (for example, company-owned vs third-party)
  • Incompatibility between orders
  • Order priority
  • Weight and size of orders and restrictions on weight and volume for vehicles
  • Limited warehouse processing capacity
  • Other types of restrictions on request


  • List of vehicles in use and orders assigned to them
  • Individual route for each vehicle with the sequence of orders and the expected arrival time for each delivery
  • Overall metrics of the solution (time, distance, etc.) and other information
  • List of orders that couldn't be assigned to a vehicle (for example, no suitable vehicles are available)

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