Hitchwiki is a collaboratively sourced site for information about hitchhiking and other cheap forms of transportation. Hitchwiki includes a map with geolocated notes from hitchhikers, describing their experience hitchhiking in a given spot.
The Hitchwiki Maps API provides developer access to map data. Applications can programmatically access information on particular locations or retrieve a list of places that meet specified criteria. Default information includes latitude, longitude, elevation, rating, and other geographic details. In 2016, the API transitioned to read-only.
Most of this maps hitchhiking places are in Europe. If you have registered, you can set a point of your current country from settings. The map will center there whenever you log in.
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