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Our Services

Map Tiles

We offer both raster and vector map tiles to get you started on your next application. You can easily integrate them into your website using Leaflet, OpenLayers, or Mapbox GL JS.

Static Maps

Need to generate a quick map to show a few locations? We make it easy! Just add query string parameters to a simple URL and drop it into your webpage or app.


Whether you want to show driving directions to your restaurant or want to figure out how walkable an area is, our turn-by-turn navigation service has you covered.

Take a look at our documentation to learn how to integrate with your website our app.

Our Pricing

Not sure how much traffic you’ll get? No problem! Sign up for the plan you think you need, and we’ll get in touch if you consistently exceed the limits. With our paid tiers, we have soft quota enforcement and we won’t just slap you with a big bill.

Stadia Free

2,500 map views/day
2,500 routing
Non-commercial use only
Asset tracking not allowed

Stadia Starter

25,000 map views/day
25,000 routing
Commercial use allowed
Asset tracking allowed

Stadia Standard

250,000 map views/day
250,000 routing
Commercial use allowed
Asset tracking allowed

Stadia Ultimate

Expecting more traffic?
No problem!
Email us before you go live. We don’t bite!


What formats do you offer?

We offer both raster (PNG) and vector (PBF) tiles, as well as static map (PNG) generation. Our tiles can be used with all of your favorite open source libraries, including Leaflet or OpenLayers for raster tiles, and MapBox GL JS for vector.

What’s a map view?

One map view is equal to 16 tile requests, or one static map request. Why 16? Most companies doing tile based serving use a similar number. We opted to go with a square rather than a round-sounding number, and a 4x4 grid is a reasonably average map size.

What are basemaps?

Basemaps are the layer of "normal" things you’d expect to see on a map like water, country borders, cities, points of interest, etc. They are called basemaps because they are the "base" that provides context for the markers and overlays you add on top.

What’s a static map?

A static map is an image that you can generate using a simple URL. These are great for quickly embedding a non-interactive map, optionally with markers at various locations. If you just want to throw a quick map with some pins into an image tag, static maps will do the job!

Do you have documentation?

Yes, we're glad you asked! We have full documentation over at docs.stadiamaps.com.

Can I use Stadia Maps for…?

If you aren't sure if Stadia Maps is right for you, or if you have questions that our homepage and documentation didn't answer, send us an email at info@stadiamaps.com. We'd be delighted to answer any of your questions.