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Autonomous Neighborhood Fleet

Deploy autonomous neighborhood vehicles to bridge the last mile transportation gap between public transport drop-off points (i.e. metro and bus stations) and final traveler destinations. Autonomous neighborhood fleets can be deployed as feeder transportation systems with their own special lanes, allowing passengers to reach metro and bus stations more conveniently and safely.

Key benefits

Reduced Traffic Congestion
Reduced Traffic Congestion
Bridging the “last mile” of travelers’ journeys, Autonomous Neighborhood Fleets eliminate the need for private vehicles to transport passengers to and from stations.
Reduced Environmental Impacts
Reduced Environmental Impacts
Autonomous vehicles substitute private vehicles, reducing the need for urban parking lots and positively decreasing harmful emissions.
Enhanced Travel Experience
Enhanced Travel Experience
Integrated with Qatar’s public transportation network, the service provides a private, personalized and hassle-free travel journey to the final destination (i.e. home doorstep).

User Journey

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    Passenger walks up to the public transportation kiosk in the metro station, selects the autonomous vehicle services and enters his final destination
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    Passenger is given multiple options and selects a private vehicle
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    An autonomous vehicle is matched with him and arrives at the pick-up location
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    Passenger boards the vehicle and identifies himself via NFC with his Single Transport Pass
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    The payment is settled electronically via the passenger’s Single Transport Pass
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Potential Service Features

  • NFC Enabled Payment
  • Electronic Receipts
  • Biometric Passenger Identification
  • NFC Enabled Identification
  • Special Needs Accessibility

Implementation Analysis

Implementation Timeline

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Regulatory Conduciveness

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  • Complex

Technology Commercial Viability

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  • Currently Viable
  • Viable in Short Term
  • Viable in Long Term

Investment Requirements

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Key Implementation Consideration

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