Last week at the Transport Research Arena (TRA) conference held in Vienna Ida Kristoffersson (VTI) and Anna Pernestål Brenden (ITRL) presented a work that looks into scenarios for self-driving vehicles and their societal impacts in Sweden.
Tuesday the 20th of February, the Integrated Transport Research Lab at KTH Royal Institute of Technology hosted a workshop on trust in a Shared Mobility future. The workshop was organized in the context of the multi-stakeholder project Test Site Stockholm, funded by Drive Sweden.
On the 24th of January KTH and ITRL in a larger consortium led by Nobina have started with the first long-term trial of self-driving buses. The bus line runs in Stockholm (Kista) from Kista Galleria to Scandic Victoria Tower and it is the Nordics first self-driving bus on the public road in regular traffic.
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