European bus rapid transit of 2030

Electrified, automated, connected

eBRT2030 seeks to support sustainable urban transport by proposing innovative solutions for electric Bus Rapid Transit (BRT). A major milestone in electric mobility, eBRT2030 aims to demonstrate the applicability of a new generation of eBRT systems in different urban contexts with innovative solutions that are economically viable and enhanced with new automation and connectivity functionalities.

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Core Info

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4 years

49 partners

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Coordinated by UITP

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7 demos across the world

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Seven demo sites across the world

Advancing sustainable urban transport






Eindhoven Region


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Transport Research Arena (TRA) offers a great venue for researchers, policy makers and industry representatives to get together and contribute to the discussion on how research and innovation can reshape the transport and mobility system.

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Discovering Sweden’s BRT systems

At the second meeting of the Future eBRT Cities User Group, 22 global members and experts visited the BRT systems of Scania, Sweden. See what the group learned!

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On the road to a concept for BRT: new eBRT2030 publication lays out building blocks for future innovation

The new eBRT2030 report 'On the road to a concept for BRT’, serves as a baseline describing the state-of-the-art of (E)BRT systems around the world, creating a benchmark for the project. The report examines the European context for the implementation of BRT systems and the impact of electrification on BRTs, with an overview of governance and planning for implementation of these systems.

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Results of the 1st General Assembly

In the Italian city of Rimini, eBRT held the project's inaugural General Assembly to packed attendance.

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