CurbLR is a data standard for describing curb regulations. It uses a simple structure to store complex restrictions and conditions regarding where different users can park, load, or stop their vehicles at different days and times. The CurbLR specification exists to help government agencies effectively manage and regulate the curbside, and to support public and private users of city streets.
CurbLR is a common language on which many things can be built, including rules engines, query APIs, consumer notification services, mapping tools, and analytic models. It uses linear referencing to link regulation information back to the street, making it easy for government agencies and third parties to use this data with their own maps.