Fribourg, CH is piloting AVs

Fribourg is home to Switzerland’s first autonomous transport service, featuring two Navya driverless shuttles operating on a 1.3 km route with four stops. The service provides a last mile connection between local transit lines and the Marly Innovation Center, a district boasting over 100 startups.

The project budget is approximately $700,000. The canton (e.g. state) of Fribourg paid for one shuttle, with the other financed by the Marly Innovation Center. Initial operating costs during a fare-free test period starting in August 2017 were supported by the city of Fribourg, with Fribourg Public Transport (TPF) assuming costs once fares were introduced in December 2017.

Further Reading

https://www.swissinfo.ch/eng/first-autonomous-transport-service-in-switzerland-inaugurated/43541214

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