To find a route, click the ‘Set the route’ link in the menu on the left of the screen. Then, in the ‘Route searching’ menu, for the start and end points (A and B) (Figure 6), the following parameters can be specified:
Click the ‘Show options’ link to set other options. For public transport, the route can be optimised by checking the options:
In addition to that, date and time of starting or ending the travel can be set by filling the appropriate fields (Figure 7). Click the ‘Hide options’ link to hide options.
Once all important parameters are set for the route being searched for, press the ‘search’ button (magnifying glass icon on yellow background) and wait until the route found is displayed on the main map in a form of two points:
and a line is drawn between them.
At the same time, in the menu on the left (figure 8), there are three routes displayed: the main and two alternative ones.
To display details of the main route, in the menu on the left, click the ‘route step by step’ link (figure 9). To print route details, click the printer icon in the menu on the left.
To display all stops along the route, click the ‘show stops along the route’ link. To hide information about the stops, click the ‘hide stops along the route’ link (Figure 10).