Backed by the UK’s Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles, the autonomous bus has begun live testing on Scotland's roads, in preparation for the launch of the CAVForth pilot service in late Summer 2022.
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Alexander Dennis Limited (ADL)
The CAVForth project will see Stagecoach operate four full-sized autonomous single-decker buses between Fife and Edinburgh in 2022.
Auckland Transport will deploy two ‘extra-large’ electric buses into Auckland next year in a bid to develop the Low Emissions Bus Roadmap and have a full low emissions bus service by 2040.
This trial evaluates potential benefits of autonomy in a real-world scenario, and works to improve the safety of buses with state-of-the-art technology.
Passengers will be able to experience public autonomous driving services in the UK by 2021, after three driverless mobility projects receive funding.
First Glasgow and trentbarton have become the first operators to use the system, with one vehicle equipped in Glasgow and one in Nottingham.
First Glasgow and Glasgow City Council are committed to improving the city’s bus services, deploying Euro VI technology vehicles that offer more comfort and are more eco-friendly.
Stagecoach partners with Alexander Dennis Limited (ADL) and Fusion Processing to trial an autonomous single deck bus which will improve safety and efficiency.
The new buses will continue Go Ahead London's efforts to reduce emissions, costs and noise pollution throughout the streets of London…
A new fleet management system has been created, which pre-empts problems, reduces vehicle downtime and links operators directly through operational analysis…