Local regulation of shared, connected and automated mobility services

By |September 30th, 2021|

Shared, connected and automated shuttles, (mini)busses and robotaxis complementing the public transport system are the next major trend in the urban mobility landscape. Like other new mobility services, they have the potential to reduce the number of car trips, but at the same they could also disrupt local transport systems and challenge existing traffic regulations.

In the framework of the […]

SHOW Pre-Hackathon workshop

By |September 30th, 2021|

Are you interested in knowing more about CCAM (Connected, Cooperative, Automated Mobility) and how it can benefit citizens and society? Would you like to help us improve our automated mobility services?

We warmly invite you to our SHOW PRE-HACKATHON workshop that will take place at the ITS World Congress in Hamburg on Tuesday 12 October 2021, 4.30 pm – 6.45 […]

Joint Stakeholder statement on the EU’s Urban Mobility Framework

By |September 27th, 2021|

Clean collective mobility must be a priority for towns and cities if Europe is to achieve its climate targets and improve quality of urban life. Tackling the environmental challenges, achieving renewed economic growth, and enhancing health and wellbeing must be linked with ensuring important societal objectives of affordable and accessible mobility. To realise these important goals affordable and attractive […]

Towards a harmonised European rail pass

By |September 23rd, 2021|

Have you ever tried to buy a single train ticket to travel across different European countries? Most people have not. And even if they did, they would have realised that it’s much easier to book a flight between two European capital cities than the same trip with a train. It’s a pity, when you know that 8 billion passengers […]

Ride2Autonomy: New EU-Funded Project to Promote Automated Shuttles’ Integration into Public Transport

By |September 11th, 2021|

Press Release, 23/08/2021

Combining the efforts of ten automated shuttle demonstrations, the recently awarded EU Project Ride-to-Autonomy will help to develop new passenger mobility concepts leading to healthier, safer, more accessible, sustainable, cost-effective and demand-responsive transport.

Automation is an essential part of the future transport development. In this context, Ride-to-Autonomy will demonstrate autonomous shuttles’ integration into the transport system in ten […]