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Route 12 with its self-driving shuttle in Neuhausen am Rheinfall, Switzerland, has achieved a lot since its initiation in March 2018. Below, a few interesting facts and figures on the operation. 

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On Friday, 23 August 2019, Simonetta Sommaruga – Swiss Federal Councillor and Head of the Federal Department of the Enviroment, Traffic, Energy and Communication (UVEK) – stopped by at the Swiss Transit Lab in Neuhausen am Rheinfall in the context of a short working visit that she paid to the Government of the Canton of Schaffhausen.

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As part of the four-day Robotics Summer Camp of go tec!, some 40 children paid a visit to AMoTech on Thursday, the 11th of July 2019, in order to get an insight into the world of Mobility of Tomorrow. On a trip on Route 12 with the self-driving minibus, they gained a first-hand experience of the future of mobility.

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In the Swiss Capital of Berne, the public transport authority of Berne (BERNMOBIL) has officially launched the trial service with its self-driving bus on the new Route 23. This is yet another milestone in the pilot project, which is supported by the Trapeze subsidiary AMoTech. 

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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).

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