✈️ Do you want to empower travellers to book with confidence without leaving your platform? Our City Reports are great for providing them information on the laws and risks of the specific cities where they are operating or travelling to.

What is a City Report?

It's an assessment about the travel, safety and health situation in a city, where each city is assigned with a clear risk level. In addition to city-specific threats and other local knowledge, every report includes a map of key locations down to the street level. We have reports for more than 255 cities worldwide.

Use cases

✈️ For TMCs, the Risk Level assigned by our analysts to each City can be integrated into travel policies and business operations

🌐 Security companies can have access to our City Reports from their GSOC, gain in depth knowledge of the risks around their customers and their assets and be prepared to respond.

🚑 Our City Reports ensure Assistance companies are well-prepared when they travel to high-risk areas, with detailed analysis of on-the-ground risks and baseline operating conditions. They can also be used to streamline the risk assessment process, so assistance teams can focus on delivering their services.

💼 Insurance companies can influence policyholder’s behaviour and reduce claims. Riskline’s intelligence can be used for customers at the booking stage, pre-travel and during travel. As policyholders are better informed about their destination, they are less likely to change their travel plans and encounter unexpected risks and more likely to travel to safer destinations.

Our reports can also help insurance companies improve the accuracy of underwriting and dynamic pricing models. This provides a better experience for customers as policies are smarter and more agile.


A URL endpoint where we will POST the data. Displaying and distributing the data is the responsibility of the third party.

POST http://www.example.com/cities

Corrections to cities (fact correction, typo correction) is provided via a PUT request to an endpoint:

PUT http://www.example.com/cities/:id

Deleting cities is done via a DELETE request to an endpoint:

DELETE http://www.example.com/cities/:id

  • All City Reports come with a three-letter code based on ISO standards.

  • When we send the initial POST to your endpoint, we will be sending a payload that contains all City Reports.


The data is JSON encoded.


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