Kiri API provides a programmatic interface to the Kiri Indonesian rideshare platform. Using an API key, developers can implement POST and GET requests over HTTP with JSON serialization to access public transportation options and data. The service is recommended both for local citizens and also for tourists. Users can enter their travel destination, and Kiri automatically suggests a route using angkots (minibuses) as transportation. Kiri's general mission is to help reduce carbon footprints by collaborating in shared transportation efforts. In addition to the live API, Kiri offers a sandbox API environment for testing purposes. For additional information, developers can view the API documentation linked to below.
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