New Mobilities


Three autonomous ZOEs and one autonomous shuttle soon in operation on the Plateau de Saclay

2019.05.16 - L'usine digitale (FR)

The Plateau de Saclay to the north of Essonne and to the south-east of Les Yvelines is becoming a testing ground for autonomous vehicles. Renault and Transdev are running an i-Cristal autonomous shuttle and three autonomous ZOEs through two services: a supplement to the existing night-time transport service and an on-demand autonomous vehicle service during the day.

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Inauguration of the Paris-Saclay Autonomous Lab, experimentation of autonomous mobility services connected to the infrastructure

2019.05.15 - ViPress (FR)

The Spring event, which was held at Paris-Saclay yesterday (15 May 2019) was the opportunity for Vedecom, together with its partners, to present the Paris-Saclay Autonomous Lab experimentation resulting from the EVAPS project. The project aims to develop new autonomous (therefore driverless) mobility services on dedicated lanes, public highways and on campus, to supplement the existing transport solutions on the Plateau de Saclay.

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Strasbourg: the CTS tests the LOHR Industry Cristal

2018.12.17 - Mobilités Magazine (FR)

The Compagnie des Transports Strasbourgeoise (CTS) is experimenting a LOHR Cristal vehicle composed of two coupled modules until 21 December 2018. In January 2019, it will test both the coupled version at peak time and single modules at off peak times.

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Strasbourg test runs an electric shuttle

2018.11.27 - France 3 Alsace (FR)

Testing of a 100% electric public transport vehicle will begin in Strasbourg in December. The vehicle was presented to the press in the afternoon of Tuesday 27 November.

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Strasbourg: testing of Cristal, the electric vehicle, on Line 10

2018.11.27 - L'Alsace (FR)

Cristal, Lohr’s electric vehicle, will be test run on Line 10 of Strasbourg’s public transport network (CTS) from 3 to 21 December. It will supplement the existing service, running two cars coupled together, each carrying up to 16 passengers. Users will be able to travel onboard the vehicle with a standard ticket or travel pass.

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Public transport takes to the road with an autonomous shuttle

2018.09.20 - Golem.de (DE)

Handling city traffic, crossroads and roundabouts is the objective set by the manufacturer Lohr and its partner, the transport operator Transdev, for the new i-Cristal autonomous shuttle. This vehicle, showcased at the InnoTrans trade fair, will shortly be tested in Paris-Saclay.

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An automatic shuttle called i-Cristal

11.09.2018 - L’Est Républicain

On Monday 10 September 2018, the Lower Rhine manufacturer Lohr and the mobility operator Transdev presented the fruit of their joint project, the autonomous electric vehicle, “i-Cristal”. Two road tests were announced for the end of the year.

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