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Press release The "Route 12" project with its self-driving bus in the Swiss Transit Lab in the Swiss Canton of Schaffhausen has taken another important step in the direction of a scheduled bus service today: the 11-seater vehicle – a new shuttle with 4x4 drive – has officially started operating the entire route between Neuhausen city centre and the Rhine Falls basin today. The track also includes the steepest public transport route in the world ever mastered by a self-driving vehicle. This was after an unfortunate incident occurred between the self-driving bus and a cyclist on 2nd of June. This incident was thoroughly analysed and subsequently approval for further operation was given.More
Today is another important day in the “Route 12” project of the Swiss Transit Labs: It is the day on which the “Trapizia”, the self-driving vehicle with all-wheel drive and twin motorisation that has recently arrived, is undergoing inspection on the depot of the public transport authority of Schaffhausen (Verkehrsbetriebe Schaffhausen, VBSH).More
Route 12 is celebrating its first birthday: Today, exactly one year ago, the first official trip of the self-driving vehicle on Route 12 was celebrated in Neuhausen. At the same time, this marked a world first – the very first integration of a self-driving bus in the regular scheduled services of a public transport operator. An exciting and adventurous trip into the future of mobility started on that day. The small self-driving bus became known within a very short time and is fondly remembered by many people from all corners of the world.More