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Singapore will Start Driverless Bus Services in Three Townships by 2022

Singapore Wants to Roll out Driverless Bus and Shuttle Services by 2022 in Punggol Tengah Jurong autonomous vehicle urban mobility in public transport

in Punggol, Tengah and Jurong, LTA Seeks Feedback and RFI from Stakeholders Singapore has called for feedback as it seeks to roll out self-driving bus and shuttle services in three towns beginning 2022. The Request For Information (RFI), launched on Nov 22 by the Ministry of Transport and the Land Transport Authority (LTA), will be open until May 31, 2018.

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Singapore to Roll Out Self-driving Electric Buses by 2020

Singapore to Roll Out Self-driving Electric Buses by 2020 Partnership ST Kinetics

Singapore shows the world how it is done with its world-class top-notch public transportation, has just raised the bar. Commuters in Singapore will soon experience self-driving electric buses that will provide a safer, efficient and sustainable public transportation. On Monday Singapore’s Land Transport Authority (LTA) has signed a partnership agreement with ST Kinetics to develop and conduct trials on autonomous

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EasyMile Demonstrates Self Driving Shuttle at ITS World Congress 2016

EasyMile exhibited at the 23rd ITS World Congress in Melbourne, Australia, during the 10th to 14th October 2016. The EZ10 was also demonstrated at Albert Park, about 4.3 km away from the congress venue. The ITS World Congress is the world’s largest event in intelligent transport systems and services with over 7,000 visitors coming from all over the world with

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Singapore to Trial Run Self-Driving Electric Hybrid Buses

Singapore is set to trial two 12-metre, full-size driverless buses in Jurong West near the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) conducted by the Land Transport Authority and the university’s Energy Research Institute, under an agreement signed at the Singapore International Transport Congress and Exhibition. The buses will reportedly be capable of carrying up to 80 people between NTU and the adjacent “eco-business”

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Airport to Start Trial Self-driving Electric Shuttle Bus

Christchurch Airport will host the trials using a French made Navya 15 person shuttle, starting on private roads, with the long term aim of moving to public roads once the vehicle has been deemed safe and all regulatory approvals are in place. Christchurch Airport GM Corporate Affairs, Michael Singleton, says the airport is interested in the potential of the vehicle

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5 Companies Building an Autonomous Electric Bus

With 1.2 billion vehicles driving on the world’s roads today, the automotive technology space holds a great deal of promise for investors. Technologies such as connected vehicles and driverless trucks are attracting the attention of investors while Elon Musk continues to push us in the direction of a world full of autonomous vehicles. In a recent article we wrote about the

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