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[suggestion] Make it possible to import POIs from GPX file

Hello,

Currently, to plan a trip, I start with a new map in Google My Maps to include sights/attractions, then open a new tab with  Cycle.Travel to try and build a route that will let me reach all those locations, and finally import the route into a new layer in GMM.

The reason I use C.T is that the router in GMM is terrible, and not particularly cycle-friendly.

It'd be great if C.T could import a GPX that contains POIs: It'd be a lot easier to draw a route in the same interface.

Even better if C.T could automatically build a route to go through all the POIs, leaving the user the opportunity to change the route pre-drawn by C.T.

Cheers,

[suggestion] Use the most up-to-date OSM index

Hello,

I notice that C.T doesn't use the most up-to-date index to fetch addresses: An address I updated a few days ago through OSM doesn't show up in the From/To fields, while it does when using www.openstreetmap.org or http://nominatim.openstreetmap.org

Cheers,

[suggestions] Remember location; Add Home/Work shortcuts

Hello,

I have a couple of suggestions:

1. Remember the last location when displaying the map. Currently, the site always starts on England, which forces user living elsewhere to move + zoom the map each time. This could be done either through a cookie or settings in the URL.

2. Like Google Maps Directions, make it possible to create shortcuts ("Home", "Work", etc.) to easily fill the From/To fields.

Cheers,

[suggestion] Editing route description

Hello,

I suggest adding an Edit button, so that users can edit the description they added to a route.

Currently, it appears that a description can not be edited after posting.

Cheers,

Maisons-Laffitte to Boulogne-Billancourt

If you're staying at the camp site in Maisons-Laffitte, here's an alternative route to Paris to avoid the busy traffic through Satrouville/: Head South-East to Boulogne-Billancourt through Chatou, Rueil-Malmaison and Saint-Cloud, and finally grab the new bike track along the Seine.

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