Video: Sustainable mobility by all and for all (English)

What is Autonomous mobility? How can Autonomous mini-busses improve the quality of life in cities? Who can use Autonomous public transportation? This short video explains in simple words how Autonomous vehicles can drastically improve urban public transportation.

Video: AVENUE multi-site experience

Here is the Automated Minibuses experience as if you were there across the different AVENUE demonstration sites In Geneva (operated by TPG), Luxemburg (operated by Sales-Lentz), Copenhagen (operated by Holo) and Lyon (operated by Keolis).

Video: Autonomous Shuttle service has been strengthened with its new “on demand” functionality

Source: Sales-Lentz Twitter channel

Date: 12.07.2022

Newspaper: Groothertogdom en anderen blijven geloven in autonome mini-shuttles

Source: Nieuwssite Duurzaam Mobiel

Date: 28.04.2022

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Press Release: Deutsche Bahn subsidiary ioki as new partner in AVENUE

We are happy to announce the integration of ioki (A Deutsche Bahn subsidiary) in the H2020 AVENUE Project and the eminent expansion of On-Demand Door-to-Door Automated Mini-Buses Public Transportation service to more sites of the project.

Official Press Release

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Magazine: Medium – Measuring the impacts of Shared and Electric Autonomous Vehicles (SAEV) on urban mobility.

Source: Medium – Digital Diplomacy
Date: 2 April 2021

Video: Deployment of autonomous mini-buses in Luxembourg, by Sales-Lentz

A video was created by Sales-Lentz presenting their deployment of autonomous mini-buses in Luxembourg:

Nachhaltige Mobilität

Source: Umweltbundesamt

Date: 05.11.2020

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Event: H2020 Avenue – Mid-Term Review

On Friday January 31th, 2020, the mid-term review of the AVENUE project took place at the European Commission premises in Brussels.

During the review, the consortium presented the work conducted and the major results obtained during the first 18 months of the AVENUE project and answered the questions by the reviewers and representatives of the European commission.

The consortium is thankful to the European Commission, the Project Officer and the Reviewers for the constructive input, the fruitful discussions and the helpful recommendations on how to proceed and to improve in the upcoming period of the project.