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.
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).
The AVENUE project intermediate report of Belle-idee is now available on Swiss Federal Roads Office FEDRO website!
On the 12th of May 2021, an interview with Mr Philippe Varone, the President of Sion, was broadcasted by the Swiss RTS TV channel. Mr Varone discussed joining of the Sion Replicator site to the AVENUE project and the future collaboration plans in this project
The AVENUE project is proud to welcome the two new AVENUE replicator sites at Uvrier-Sion and Esch-sur-Alzette, where the involved partners are launching regular on-demand poblic transport service with fully automated NAVYA mini-buses. The Uvrier-Sion replicator site will be run by PostAuto, HES-SO Valais and the City of Sion and the Esch-sur-Alzette replicator site will be run by the city of Esch-sur-Alzette and Sales-Lenz
Demonstrator & Replicator sites
SUBSCRIBTIONS ARE NOW CLOSED
Prof. Dimitri KONSTANTAS
Information Science Institute – Director
AVENUE projet Coordinator
Uni Battelle – Office 236
University Of Geneva
Route de Drize 7
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under grant agreement no 769033.