Can Route4Me Plan a Specific Number of Routes?
Yes, the Route4Me Route Planner enables you to split hundreds of thousands of addresses into a specific number of optimized routes. Moreover, you can also let our route optimization system automatically split your addresses into the most optimal number of routes.
Plan a Specific Number of Routes
Route4Me’s Route Balancing Constraint gives you the ability to split any number of addresses into a specific number of equally-sized routes. To do so, you’ll only have to import your customers’ addresses and establish how many routes you want to create. Then, our dynamic routing software will calculate and output the shortest and fastest routes in seconds.
This feature will help you find the perfect balance between the size of your team and your day-to-day workload. Thus, the Route Balancing Constraint can help you avoid overloading your team members’ schedules.
Once you plan your equally sized routes, Route4Me enables you to move stops between routes using the interactive timeline. Moreover, our system instantly synchronizes all the route changes across your drivers’ Android Route Planner and iOS Route Planner apps.
Let the Route Planner Decide How Many Routes to Plan
Similarly, the Multiple Drivers Route optimization is designed to help you plan multiple routes at once. But the difference between the two optimization types is that the Multi-Driver Route optimization will automatically split your addresses into the most optimal number of routes rather than allowing you to manually select a specific number of routes.
Moreover, Route4Me’s Multi-Driver route optimization offers you an additional layer of control and customization in terms of accounting for multiple routing business rules and optimization constraints. Specifically, when planning multi-driver routes, you can factor in constraints such as:
- Time windows and customer availability
- Maximum route duration and distance
- Maximum weight, revenue, number of packages
- And more!
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