Driverless bus pilot on the road in Estonia

A fleet of three driverless buses take to the streets of the Estonian capital Tallin from today to deliver an inclusive last mile transport service.

As part of the 50-day field trial, the functionality, interoperability and security of the autonomous fleets will be assessed.

The FABULOS project covers five cities in Finland, Norway, Greece and the Netherlands as well as Estonia. The project’s procuring partners expect all robot bus prototypes to be commercialised.

They say the solution means more attractive, cost-efficient and sustainable transport solutions for cities, while passengers get more tailored urban mobility alternatives, enabling seamless transfer across the public transport network.


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