Apparently that’s what it is commonly referred as. With work, every so often we get a job land on our desk that requires us to travel across the countryside. Generally the sites are bunched around a town or two, but every now and then you get a mixed bag that throws you all over the countryside and it'd be nice to be able to plan an efficient route. Is anybody aware of any software, or something relatively cheap, that will allow you to import multiple sites and have it optimise the travel route for you? Something that isn’t really outdated, something that ultimately allows you to upload a kml/kmz. Even better if it allows you to set travel time and a rough time per job site. It’s one of those things that I’ve been doing by eye, but as the number of sites increase, it starts getting a bit harder to judge where you’ll end up at the end of the day. And it’s nice to be able to plan where I need accommodation. I’ve trialled https://www.myrouteonline.com/ - which seems pretty good, no kml import, but you can import the coordinates from a text or csv I’m assuming. Unfortunately it’s crazy expensive. 1 credit per address. 100 credits for 30 dollars a month or 500 dollars for 6000 in a year. For scale I think we'd be looking at 2000 unique sites at this stage. Apparently Microsoft Streets and Trips was good at it but that is no longer available either. Seems like it'd be a very common question, especially amongst delivery companies for route planning?