At Brussels Airport Zaventem, 2getthere’s autonomous shuttles will link the long term parking area with the terminal as well as the public transit hub with the cargo zone. Brussels Airport is the first European airport to use autonomous shuttles in fully mixed traffic.
At Nanyang Technological University’s campus, 2getthere’s autonomous shuttles were tested throughout 2018. It is ultimately the intention that the vehicles will be integrated into NTU’s transport network to serve between NTU’s halls of residences and the main academic areas.
At Bluewaters Island, 2getthere’s vehicles will serve as an automated people mover system, providing a 2.6 kilometer connection to the Dubai Metro. Using 25 autonomous vehicles, a capacity of 3,350 passengers per hour is delivered.
To ensure the livability of Amsterdam as Smart City, as well as its accessbility both by car and train, 2getthere’s vehicles are integrated as a last mile system transit system from the Lelylaan transit hub.
The PRT system at Masdar City connects the main parking facilities to the Masdar Institute of Science and Technology. In the first 8 years of operations the 10 vehicles have carried over 2.5 million passengers at a 99.7% system availability.
In 2003 2getthere delivered a demonstration of its autonomous shuttles in mixed traffic during the EVMC exhibition in the port of Monaco. Throughout the years we have conducted several other demonstrations, tests and studies.
In 2002, 25 autonomous taxi’s provided transportation to the top of Big Spotters’ Hill at the horticultural exhibition Floriade. During the 6 month period the system carried nearly 400,000 passengers at a 2.5 Euro round trip fare.
In february 1999 the first phase of the business park Rivium ParkShuttle commenced operations. The system operations continued through 2001 until the decision was made to replace it with a 2nd generation and extend the route.
The 2nd generation ParkShuttle has been in operation for 12+ years, carrying over 8 million passengers over that period. It is still the only autonomous system worldwide that operates without safety steward on-board, while featuring at grade intersections.
By September 2019 the service on the existing ParkShuttle route is replaced, with an extension in mixed traffic foreseen for late 2020. The new system sparks the redevelopment of the business park by introducing housing.
In 1997 four ParkShuttles were delivered at Schiphol Airport’s long term parking lot P3, to improve the service to airline-passengers and to support Schiphol’s brand image. During the life of the application surveys showed great passenger satisfaction.