The City of Chicago Divvy Bicycle Stations API lists the pick-up and return locations of the Divvy bike sharing system. Notably, the API generates lists of all approved locations of system, including those that are not currently in service. The API’s communication protocol and errors communication are anchored on HTTPS and HTTP response codes, respectively. It returns responses in a variety of formats that include: CSV, JSON, and XML. The City of Chicago Divvy Bicycle Stations API is a full release that is backed by detailed documentation and examples.
Twenty One APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Transportation, Email, and Financial. Featured today are some smart city APIs: One for finding clean water in Flint, Michigan, and three more for use with the City of Chicago's bike sharing program.