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Rebel, The Future Mobility Network, RET, Rotterdam The Hague Airport, the Rotterdam The Hague Metropolitan Area (MRDH) and the municipality of Rotterdam have joined forces. Today these parties signed a letter of intent for a self-driving electric minibus called “Airport Shuttle”. This will entail a long-term service between the Meijersplein metro/bus public transport stop and the airport terminal.
As one of the first major Dutch cities, The Hague has acquired a self-driving minibus: the HagaShuttle. The festive opening took place at Haga Hospital on Monday 27 May. From now on, visitors and patients can travel the last few hundred meters from the transport stop to the entrance of the hospital at no charge.
Rebel Automated Shuttles helps its partners bridge gaps between (1) their last mile transit needs on the one hand, and (2) their planning and implementation capabilities on the other hand. We act as strategic knowledge and operations partners to public/regional transit authorities, operators of transit services as well as end-beneficiaries and users in the development of autonomous last mile transit.
Our partnerships for autonomous last mile transit entail carrying out a quick scan of potential last mile alternatives in existing transit networks, developing tailored use cases for specific areas and/or users, sourcing of the right technology and financial resources, and finally working alongside you as operating partners.
We have a deep understanding of the latest technology options and available suppliers, the most relevant market and regulatory trends and the best approaches for use case and customer service optimization.
How we support the development of autonomous last mile transit: