The City of Calgary Traffic Cameras API retrieves traffic camera images of current road conditions on major routes. City developers can use this API to monitor traffic, but not for enforcement. The API aims to protect drivers' identities and monitor key intersections of cities. Developers can make calls that support JSON, XML, and CSV formats. To learn about SODA endpoints, visit Finding your API endpoint.
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The City of Calgary Traffic Cameras .NET Sample Code demonstrates how to access the API to implement traffic camera data into city applications. Developers can use SODA object to communicate with databases, install packages from NuGet, and make calls that display JSON formats in return.
The City of Calgary Traffic Cameras Ruby Sample Code demonstrates how to access the API with SODA, token, and GET. Developers receive results with traffic camera information to monitor major intersections in a city.
The City of Calgary Traffic Cameras Power Shell Sample Code demonstrates how to access the API with a token as the authentication method, GET as methods to call the API, and JSON as the receiving format.