Mobileye, Transdev ATS & Lohr Group to Develop and Deploy Autonomous Shuttles

2021.02.25 - Press Release (GB)

On-Road Testing to Start Next Year with Commercial Services Expected in 2023
JERUSALEM, Israel, and PARIS and STRASBOURG, France, Feb. 25, 2021 - Mobileye, an Intel Company, Transdev Autonomous Transport System (ATS), part of Transdev Group dedicated to autonomous mobility solutions; and Lohr Group, a mobility solutions manufacturer, today announced a strategic collaboration to develop and deploy autonomous shuttles.

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E-Lico: the electric shuttle in its test phase in SAVERNE, Alsace [VIDEO]

2021.02.04 - DNA (FR)

The Saverne inhabitants have at last had a chance to see it in action. The E-Lico electric shuttle, which will be brought into service in June 2021 in the Rohan district, is in its test phase during the week from 1 to 6 February. The goal is to ensure that the route and stops for this new free public transport service are adapted.

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LOHR: It pays to buy local

2021.01.11 - Point éco Alsace (FR)

The LOHR Group, the European leader in car transporters and pioneer of rolling motorways, is also making a name for itself in the promising sector of new mobilities. Cristal, its new model of modular electric urban shuttle, is looking to conquer local authorities convinced by these local transport services to strengthen their public transport networks. After several experimentation phases, Cristal will be deployed in four towns during the first half of 2021, Avignon, Orange, Ajaccio and Saverne. The company is also staying local for the development and manufacture of Cristal.

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The Cristal shuttle is on track

2020.10.23 - DNA (FR)

After years of research and development, prototypes and experiments, Cristal, the modular electric shuttle by Lohr, has won its first calls for tender and is generating interest from local authorities, particularly in Alsace.

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Is a tour of Bled (Slovenia) by electric train a possibility in the future?

2020.09.25 - (FR)

Tourism in Bled has fallen sharply due to Coronavirus, but the town remains popular with national tourists during the summer season. People like to go for a trip around the lake in a tourist train and there is currently also an electric bus running around Bled to which additional vehicles could be added if there are more passengers. This would be similar to a train, which would also be a more environmentally-friendly alternative.

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