This repository provides a NodeJS implementation of the Uber API. Using the Uber API, developers can integrate the power of Uber into 3rd party applications. Calls to the API can be made to request information on available car types, driver location expressed in geo-coordinates, time estimates, estimated prices (including currency conversion when applicable), as well as user account history and activity.
Google now has over 400 cities included in its transit service. That means each of those organization provides a feed so that the search giant can give accurate routing, schedules and fares. So, why isn't it easier for the average developer to access this data?
Building on last year's launch of the Lyft API, Lyft has announced a Dispatch Developer Program that allows riders to use Lyft's on-demand transportation network without a Lyft account. Third party business' manage the Lyft account, and own the end user experience through an existing relationship.
San Francisco-based Urban Mapping has released a new Mass Transit Proximity API that allows developers to easily tap into the company's Mass Transit Database. The RESTful API includes two search methods to retrieve results for Station Stops Near a Point and Station Stops Near an Address.