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Vibrant new summer suits for LINC shuttles

Green, blue and slightly yellow: LINC’s self-driving shuttles have gotten new paint jobs just in time for spring. And the spring colors are not entirely random. By Lene Ulsted Carlsen “We have chosen to ‘dress up’ our shuttles in new, distinctive colors....

LINC contributes to new knowledge about self-driving shuttles

Even before the self-driving shuttles get out on the roads, the LINC project is contributing to increased knowledge about the technology and the future potential for companies, municipalities and citizens. At Transport 2019 in Herning, the Transport Minister of...

LINC-TUPPAC partner receives green initiative award

Bus operator Nobina received this year’s green initiative prize from Albertslund Municipality for their efforts to reduce noise and pollution while creating innovative green solutions in urban areas. By Lene Ulsted Carlsen During the showroom inauguration...

Supplier is open for strong cooperation on autonomous shuttle testing

LINC is looking forward to enjoying a strong collaboration with French supplier Easymile, which has been selected for the testing of automatic shuttles to improve security and create a better user experience By Lene Ulsted Carlsen LINC has chosen Easymile as a...

Self-driving transport was a hot topic at ITS World Congress 2018

One of the hottest topics at the ITS World Congress 2018 in Copenhagen was without a doubt self-driving transport. The LINC-TUPPAC project was represented there with a presentation about the vision of self-driving shuttles in connection with the new light-rail in the...

Pre-test drive sets the direction of autonomous shuttle

As an important milestone in the LINC project, a driverless shuttle ran its very first test drive in Hersted Business Park in November 2017 as part of the official announcement of the project. In a Danish context, this was one of the first demonstrations of the...

New project will test autonomous shuttles in Greater Copenhagen

When the capital’s light rail becomes a reality in ten Copenhagen suburban municipalities, in a project called LOOP CITY, citizens will have a new kind of vehicle to get used to: autonomous shuttles. The shuttles will ensure that the public transport of the...