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Your use case should be covered by ol.interaction.Select. For drawing the selected feature with a different style, ol.interaction.Select creates an ol.FeatureOverlay with your alternate style and adds your feature to that overlay. To hide the original feature while displaying your feature on the overlay, it uses the internal ol.Map#skipFeature() method to ...


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As long as you have the data in OpenStreetMap format (i.e., you created it in JOSM, and exported as .osm), you should be able to load it into any tool that works with OSM data. I'd take a look at OpenTripPlanner, which has a heavy transit focus but should also work for simple walk trips. You should be able to build a graph file that is then loaded into an ...



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