We are operating in Gothenburg – welcome to ride!

A self-driving minibus with space for 14 passengers is being tested in Gothenburg. Shuttle buses reduce the need for parking spaces, which will stimulate the densification of the city. The goal is to test how new, shared transport solutions can contribute to continued sustainable city development. The project is part of the government’s co-operative program “The next generation’s travel and transport” and is mainly financed by Vinnova through Drive Sweden. The project is led by the research institute, RISE.

The shuttle is now running again at Chalmers campus Johanneberg (mon-fri 08-16). It does this until preparations for getting started at Lindholmen are complete!

Click here to see where the shuttle is right at this moment!

See the route here.

Soon we also hope to be able to start running at Lindholmen, with more information coming shortly! 

It takes a coalition to make this possible: Autonomous Mobility, RISE Viktoria, Chalmers, Chalmers Fastigheter, Ericsson, Förvaltnings AB Framtiden, Härryda Municipality, Karlastaden Utveckling AB, Göteborgs Stads Parkering, Sunfleet, Göteborgs Stad Stadsbyggnadskontoret, Göteborgs Stad Trafikkontoret, Volvo Cars, Västtrafik and Älvstranden Utveckling AB.

Read about us here.

The project is a part of the Swedish Government’s innovation partnership program, “The next generation’s travel and transport,” and is funded in part by Vinnova through Drive Sweden. The project is lead by RISE Research Institutes of Sweden.

We are operating in Gothenburg – welcome to ride!

A self-driving minibus with space for 14 passengers is being tested in Gothenburg. Shuttle buses reduce the need for parking spaces, which will stimulate the densification of the city. The goal is to test how new, shared transport solutions can contribute to continued sustainable city development. The project is part of the government’s co-operative program “The next generation’s travel and transport” and is mainly financed by Vinnova through Drive Sweden. The project is led by the research institute, RISE.

Between Monday september 3 and Friday september 21 the shuttle is back on its route at Chalmers campus Johanneberg!

See the route here.

 

It takes a coalition to make this possible: Autonomous Mobility, RISE Viktoria, Chalmers, Chalmers Fastigheter, Ericsson, Förvaltnings AB Framtiden, Härryda Municipality, Karlastaden Utveckling AB, Göteborgs Stads Parkering, Sunfleet, Göteborgs Stad Stadsbyggnadskontoret, Göteborgs Stad Trafikkontoret, Volvo Cars, Västtrafik and Älvstranden Utveckling AB.

Read about us here.

The project is a part of the Swedish Government’s innovation partnership program, “The next generation’s travel and transport,” and is funded in part by Vinnova through Drive Sweden. The project is lead by RISE Research Institutes of Sweden.