Linked OpenStreetMap is an effort to make the live and historic versions of OpenStreetMap queryable on the client-side. It uses Linked Data and the Resource Description Framework (RDF) to decentralize derived data publishing.
Using Planner.js, you can create your own custom route planner.
Using the Profile Ontology you can define how a route planner must interpret the OSM tags when routing using a specific transport mode.
Open Places of Interests at opoi.org!
In Comunica, it will soon become possible to use GeoSPARQL to query for feature in OSM. Demo coming soon.
Colpaert, P., Abelshausen, B., Meléndez, J. A. R., Delva, H., & Verborgh, R. (2019, June). Republishing OpenStreetMap’s roads as Linked Routable Tiles. In European Semantic Web Conference (pp. 13-17). Springer, Cham.
Delva, H., Rojas Melendez, J. A., Abelshausen, B., Colpaert, P., & Verborgh, R. (2019). Client-side route planning: preprocessing the OpenStreetMap road network for Routable Tiles. In Academic Track, State of the Map 2019 (pp. 23-24).
We are only starting. Do join our slack if you want to discuss about developing this Linked Data version of the OpenStreetMap dataset!