The Coord Curb Search API is a read-only service that provides access to a description of what you can do on a curb. API methods are available to retrieve uses (such as parking or loading) and vehicles (taxi, commercial, motorcycle, etc.), geometry and direction, and temporary rules (such as construction zones). Examples are available in NodeJS, cURL, Java, Python, Go and C#. Coord provides a way to build a single integration to distribute your services through many channels. It helps other platforms provision users with the ability to access and pay for these services. Coord enables software applications to connect with transport options like ride-hail, bike-share, and car-share.
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Alphabet-funded startup Coord is offering an API to cities and transportation companies that allows them to access the data it has collected from mapping curbs. The API allows developers to search for curbs near a location by latitude and longitude and to retrieve information about those curbs.