The project S3 – Shared Shuttle Services tests self-driving minibuses in the Gothenburg area. Phase 2 has been completed and we are reloading for a new start at the Lindholmen area in early 2021.
In Gothenburg, self-driving minibuses with space for 11 passengers are being tested.
With buses in shuttle traffic, the need for central parking spaces is reduced, which stimulates a densification of the city. The goal is to test how new, shared transport solutions can contribute to continued sustainable urban development.
The project is part of the government’s collaboration program “Next generation travel and transport” and is funded in part by Vinnova through Drive Sweden at Lindholmen Science Park. The initiative is led by RISE Research Institutes of Sweden.
Partners: Keolis, RISE, Chalmers, Göteborgs Stads Parkering AB, Ericsson, Västtrafik, Johanneberg Science Park and Härryda Municipality.