You can perform network analyses through the routing service available on ArcGIS Online. Various applications can access the service, including ArcGIS Pro, Map Viewer, Map Viewer Classic, and clients you develop using an ArcGIS API, such as ArcGIS REST API. This map shows the areas of the world in which these services are provided:
ArcGIS Online provides routing service data for the countries symbolized with semi-transparent fill colors. The different colors indicate the quality of data available, such as whether historical traffic only or historical, live, and predictive traffic are included. The road data is divided into the following six categories:
- Predictive Traffic— Comprehensive street data with historical, live, and predictive traffic information is available. Viewing traffic or performing analyses in areas with predictive traffic data can take into account changing
traffic conditions based on current, future, and past observations.
Note:Esri saves live traffic data for 4 hours and references predictive data extending 4 hours into the future.
- Live Traffic— Comprehensive street data with historical, and live traffic information is available. Viewing traffic or performing analyses in areas with live traffic data can take into account changing traffic conditions based on current and past observations.
- Historical Traffic—Comprehensive street data with historical traffic information is available. (Historical traffic contains typical automobile driving times and speeds for every 15-minute period across a typical week.) If historical traffic is available, viewing traffic or performing analyses can
account for changing traffic conditions, but the travel speeds
are based on past observations only.
Note:Historical traffic is based on the average of observed speeds over the past year.
- Fixed Speeds— Comprehensive street data with static travel times derived from historical average speeds for automobiles is available. Analysis results won't vary by changing the time of day.
- Limited Street Coverage— Major roads are included in the data, but secondary and local roads are not available. Travel times are static and derived from speed limits.
- Minimal Street Coverage— Data is limited to some major highways only, secondary and local roads are not covered. Streets have not been ground verified for accuracy, and interchanges may connect incorrectly. Routing in these countries isn't recommended for critical operations..
Click on a country or look at the map legend to determine the quality of data available in your study area.