Some third-party apps are already using OpenStreetMap data to give you directions, but now you can look up routes directly on its website. It works just like Google Maps or any of its other alternatives: type in a location and then your destination to find out how to get there by car, bike or foot. Obviously, that's nothing groundbreaking, but the crowdsourced map's developers are hoping it would bring new blood to the website. The more direct users it has, the more people there are to add or correct the names of locations and infrastructure, or even add simple stuff that make a map better, such as one-way streets, dead-ends or U-turns. OpenStreetMap's completely free, so you can visit it anytime you want to get into the spirit of crowdsourced cartography.