It is a remarkable sight: a bus without a driver driving it. Monday morning made the first instance – the result of a cooperation between the Flemish government, The Line and the Dutch manufacturer 2getthere – a first test drive with Flemish mobiliteitsminister Ben Weyts (N-VA), and Arnaud Feist, CEO of Brussels Airport, to board. “The self-propelled bus has three advantages,” said Weyts. “For example, the vehicle 24 on 24 hours and 7 days on 7 be used, it is verkeersveiliger than buses with a driver and allows the bus for a better flow since there are not abrupt with the brakes. The buses make a particular journey, thanks to magnets in the road and sensors in the vehicle.”
Van comes... but without a driver: First self-propelled bus runs from 2021 to airport
Zaventem From 2021 self-propelled buses and passengers and employees at Brussels Airport cargo airport Brucargo to the terminal and back. Monday morning was the
13 May 2019 Monday 21:01
Zaventem From 2021 self-propelled buses and passengers and employees at Brussels Airport cargo airport Brucargo to the terminal and back. Monday morning was the first self-propelled bus proposed at the airport. The vehicle will be between the regular traffic commute, which is a first for our country.