Monday, January 17

Self-driving bus is set to museum after two years. Ruter still believes this is the future.

The Oda bus was supposed to help Oslo find out what the transport system of the future will be like, but is now at the Technical Museum.

In May 2019, Oda was one of two self-driving buses that were put into service between Vippetangen and Rådhusplassen. It is now located at the Technical Museum.

– This is a very exciting pilot project that will give us good experiences of how self-driving buses can become part of the ordinary transport system. In this way, we want to find out how the transport system of the future can be.

This was said by the then Transport Agency in Oslo, Lan Marie Nguyen Berg (MDG), when she presented Oslo’s first self-driving buses in the spring of 2019. One of the buses was named Oda. The other was called Mads. They were put into test traffic in May 2019. The buses from Navya were in traffic in Oslo for a year and a half.

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