Beep Autonomous Shuttle Service at Honolulu’s International Airport

Servizio navetta autonomo Beep all'aeroporto internazionale di Honolulu

Beep, Inc. signed a partnership with Sustainability Partners and the Hawaiʻi Department of Transportation for the launch of autonomous shuttle pilota t Honolulu Airport.

The pilot project will take place at the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (HNL) in Honolulu and includes four autonomous and electric shuttles that can transport 11 passengers including a shuttle attendant, increasing mobility frequency and providing first- and last-mile transport options alongside the existing Wiki Wiki shuttle bus service. Shuttles will move between the airport’s C Gates with three stops for Miki’s short route, while a longer route will transport guests between C and G Gates with two stops. The service will be available seven days a week between 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. local time, including holidays and weekends.

Through our partnership with Sustainability Partners, we’re honored that HDOT and HNL have placed their trust in our experience, leadership and differentiated approach of safe and integrated autonomous mobility with the launch of the Miki shuttle pilot service – said Beep CEO Joe Moye. Our fleet of turnkey shared and electric autonomous shuttles prioritizes safety and sustainability while enhancing the airport travel experience for passengers. As Beep continues to pioneer innovative partnerships with airports nationwide, this inaugural test program showcases the emerging potential of advanced solutions that can augment existing transport options everywhere, unveiling a new era of seamless, efficient passenger mobility.

We are pleased to work with Beep to implement an innovative new approach to passenger mobility that brings autonomous transportation technology to the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport – said Hawai‘i Department of Transportation Director Ed Sniffen. Beep and the Miki shuttles embody the future of transportation across the state, supporting our larger sustainability goals while enhancing the traveler experience.”

The pilot program made possible by essential infrastructure leader, Sustainability Partners, which actively supports Hawai’i in procuring electric vehicles and charging infrastructure on a per-mile cost basis.

The leadership displayed by the Hawai‘i Department of Transportation and Beep in launching the Miki shuttles for airport passengers strongly reflects their commitment to innovation and more environmentally sustainable transportation – said Sustainability Partners CEO Thomas Cain. We are delighted to help facilitate the Hawai‘i Department of Transportation’s plan and look forward to watching the positive effects this will have in assisting the existing transportation system and flow of passengers at the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport.

Source: Beep

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