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Holo launched their new pilot project with autonomous buses in copenhagen's Nordhavn district on August 3rd. Despite Covid -19 precautions, the new service had a thrilling start.


The citizens of Copenhagen can look forward to jumping on a self-driving minibus, when the seafront area Nordhavn becomes part of the large EU-funded research and innovation project AVENUE. The self-driving bus will show how new technology can connect an urban area in a safe and sustainable way.

Parallel with Luxembourg, Geneva and Lyon, Copenhagen will be one of the cities where the self-driving mobility solutions of the future is demonstrated and implemented. Sustainability and innovation is in focus in the Nordhavn district, so it makes perfect sense to start building a sustainable transport platform in Nordhavn as well.  

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Copenhagen welcomes self-driving bus - Holo

From Monday to Friday 10 AM to 5 PM, passengers can now jump on board Holo's autonomous bus from one of the 6 stops around Århusgadekvarteret. There will be a lot of learnings about the new transportation technology in real traffic situations along the way.