The TERMINAL project started on time at the beginning of 2019.
TERMINAL is the first project in Europe to test a cross-border bus line with automated electric minibuses under real traffic conditions.
The project involves various companies, municipalities, public institutions and universities in the region. The leading partner is the Saarland University of Applied Sciences (htw saar).
The project, which costs about 3 million euros and which is being supported to an amount of 1.8 million euros by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) via the Interreg VA Großregion programme, is considered by the Saarland Minister for Economic Affairs, Labour, Energy and Transport, Anke Rehlinger as "a signboard for the mobility of the future in the Greater Region."
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