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Get name and website-URL for airports by ICAO code. Covered airports are mostly in Germany.

The departureboard.io API is a high performance API, written in Golang, that provides two main functions. A REST API interface to the legacy National Rail SOAP API, giving developers the ability to pull live information on departures, arrivals, and services from National Rail, without having to use the legacy SOAP API, and a REST API interface for additional National Rail information, giving developers the ability to pull a range of information about the Rail Network, via a REST API interface. This is not an offering that National Rail currently provide, and is custom developed. Data is sourced from periodically updated XML documents, parsed, and provided for consumption via the departureboard.io API.

This REST-API enables you to query station and stop infos

A RESTful webservice to request a railway journey - FREE plan with restricted access (max. 10 requests per minute). Please ignore the message in the API Console about the access token. Register to use an less restricted version, which requires an access token.

A RESTful webservice to retrieve data about the operational state of public elevators and escalators in german railway stations operated by DB Station&Service AG. Note: Production and sandbox environments use the same production backend server.

This REST-API enables you to query for private transport sharing offers provided by companies and cities in Germany, Netherland and Austria. You can search for informations about the rental stations (points or areas) where you can find the rentals by utilizing the /areas/ ressource. With the help of the proximity search in the /bookingproposals/ URI you can request the availabilities of the rentalobjects for spontaneous or planed usage in the future. Feel free to browse through data by setting the parameter 'providernetwork' to the value: 1: Search for car sharing offers provided by the Flinkster platform (http://www.flinkster.de) 2: Finding bike rental offers from Call a Bike (http://www.callabike.de) You can find more details in the documentation section (Unfortunately only available in german language). Have lots of fun and we are lucky to take notice of your products or getting your feedback.

This REST-API enables you to query information about travel centers in Germany.

An API providing master data for german railway stations by DB Station&Service AG.

Multimodal travel API to return modes of transportation between cities and points of interest.

The Car Configurator API offers access to the Mercedes-Benz car configuration functions. It provides required reference data such as the masterdata of all Mercedes-Benz vehicles as well as functions to retrieve initial and changed configurations. In addition to that is is possible to save a newly created configuration so that it can be easily restored or shared with others.

The Dealer API provides Dealer search functions.

The Remote Diagnostic Support API will provide the possibility for 3rd party applications (e.g. ADAC, ATU, etc.) to access vehicle diagnostics data remotely on behalf of the Daimler customer. To use the endpoints you need a valid vin/fin (vehicleId).

The vehicle images API offers access to original Mercedes-Benz vehicle images. It provides access to exterior and interior images with parameters e.g. to modify the perspective and to display vehicles at day/nighttime. In addition you can request component images of a vehicle's engine, paint, rim, trim, upholstery and equipments.

The PTV Timetable API provides direct access to Public Transport Victoria’s public transport timetable data. The API returns scheduled timetable, route and stop data for all metropolitan and regional train, tram and bus services in Victoria, including Night Network(Night Train and Night Tram data are included in metropolitan train and tram services data, respectively, whereas Night Bus is a separate route type). The API also returns real-time data for metropolitan train, tram and bus services (where this data is made available to PTV), as well as disruption information, stop facility information, and access to myki ticket outlet data. This Swagger is for Version 3 of the PTV Timetable API. By using this documentation you agree to comply with the licence and terms of service. Train timetable data is updated daily, while the remaining data is updated weekly, taking into account any planned timetable changes (for example, due to holidays or planned disruptions). The PTV timetable API is the same API used by PTV for its apps. To access the most up to date data PTV has (including real-time data) you must use the API dynamically. You can access the PTV Timetable API through a HTTP or HTTPS interface, as follows: base URL / version number / API name / query string The base URL is either: * http://timetableapi.ptv.vic.gov.au or * https://timetableapi.ptv.vic.gov.au The Swagger JSON file is available at http://timetableapi.ptv.vic.gov.au/swagger/docs/v3 Frequently asked questions are available on the PTV website at http://ptv.vic.gov.au/apifaq Links to the following information are also provided on the PTV website at http://ptv.vic.gov.au/ptv-timetable-api/ * How to register for an API key and calculate a signature * PTV Timetable API V2 to V3 Migration Guide * Documentation for Version 2 of the PTV Timetable API * PTV Timetable API Data Quality Statement All information about how to use the API is in this documentation. PTV cannot provide technical support for the API. Credits: This page has been based on Steve Bennett's http://opentransportdata.org/, used with permission.

Our unified API brings together data across all modes of transport into a single RESTful API. This API provides access to the most highly requested realtime and status infomation across all the modes of transport, in a single and consistent way. Access to the developer documentation is available at https://api.tfl.gov.uk

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