The Park Shark City Platform is a set of free tools from Dutch developers Glimworm, designed to provide citizens with open access to their cityâ€™s parking data. The Park Shark API allows developers to programmatically specify when, where, and for how long a user wishes to park. The API responds with a JSON list of possible parking locations including geolocation and total price.
The Park Shark API currently accesses parking data in Amsterdam and Antwerp, with access to more cities under development. The API may provide custom functions in some cities, such as the ability to query the nearest meter to top off your parking using Amsterdamâ€™s centrally connected meters.
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