I’m using the Telraam API to get a current snapshot of the traffic, but I’m only interested in the values of distinct stations. However, I wonder how I can get the segment ID for them? Via the telraam map, I can get the location ID, but this seems not be part of the API response. Am I’m missing something here? I couldn’t find any further information to this.
We don’t have a location id, only a segment id. The response of the traffic_snapshot is a Geojson and you can find the
segment_id in the
features. See the screenshot:
Hope that’s an answer to your question!
thanks for your quick reply. I mean the id that’s in the URL for a single station, such as Telraam | Kalmünter Weg - I assume 9000004616 is the ID? But where do I find then the according segment_id for this example?
9000004616 is the
segment_id in your example. It’s possible to have multiple cameras on one
segment_id however, but we show the data per segment not per camera.
The cameras can be found in the api via the
Ahhh, now I got it! I was confused as the variable name in the url is location, while in the API it is called segment_id - maybe this can be aligned in the future?
Thanks a lot!
Sorry for bothering again, but the segment_id is NOT the same as the location from the url. I passed the whole JSON response from the traffic snapshot and at least for the example above there is no segment_Id with “9000004616”. Also taking some of the segment_ids from the response and inserting them in the URL only works for a few (mostly the 5- or 6-digit).
I’m again confused
Sorry for bothering again, but the segment_id is NOT the same as the location from the url.
Philip, it is the same thing. Believe me
So what call do you make on the traffic snapshot? Can you paste it here?