PAVE Europe Virtual Panel “Scaling Autonomous Driving: Hamburg”
In this virtual panel we will embark on a glimpse into Hamburg’s future of transportation.
By 2030, Hamburg aims to introduce 10,000 autonomous shuttles as part of a modern on-demand transport service that supplements the classic public bus and rail transport system with a new product and represents an attractive alternative to private cars. The shuttles, bookable via an app, provide a safe and scalable solution, addressing urban and rural mobility needs.
The aim of the pilot project is also to test the acceptance of autonomous driving services in practice.
The project, funded by the German Federal Ministry of Digital and Transport with €26 million, is a testament to public acceptance testing of autonomous driving services.
The project consortium includes experienced operators HOCHBAHN and MOIA, contributing their expertise in autonomous vehicle operations.
The virtual panel showcases how this ambitious project sets the stage for a transformative, sustainable, and inclusive future of urban mobility in Hamburg.
Moderator: Guido Di Pasquale, Managing Director, PAVE Europe
- Tobias Brzoskowski, Director, New Mobility Solutions Hamburg
- Jonas Wigger, Public Affairs Manager, MOIA