Cambridge Electric Transport Ltd
CETC develops and manages a range of zero-emission transport solutions and services based on lightweight electric vehicles, piloting them initially in Cambridge for deployment across the world.
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|Address:||The Cycle Hub, Cambridge Biomedical Campus, Dame Mary Archer Way, Cambridge|
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CETC has embarked on a comprehensive zero-emission urban transport strategy based on lightweight electric vehicles, which it is piloting in Cambridge for progressive deployment across the world. It has started by providing an e-bike shuttle service for commuters from Cambridge Park & Rides to major employment hubs around the city like Addenbrooke's/Cambridge Biomedical Campus and the Science Park. This service is aimed at converting non-cyclists to the benefits of assisted cycling, as well as reducing car journeys and congestion.
Parallel with this immediate fix, CETC is developing an all-weather electric Cambridge Citi-Pod for mass deployment and the first prototype imported from Australia will be unveiled in September 2017. The Citi-Pod conforms to EU regulations for e-bikes, qualifies for use on existing road and cycleway infrastructure and can be driven by all ages from 14+ without a licence, tax or insurance.
The Citi-Pod will have progressive stages of autonomy over a 3-5 year programme, building on IOT and AI technology currently evolving for the transport sector.
Cambridge Electric Transport is delighted to announce that Daniel Zeichner, Cambridge City’s MP, will be riding one of its electric bikes throughout the day on Car Free and Zero Emissions Day today (Friday 21st September).
21 September 2018Read in full
Addenbrooke’s Hospital (Cambridge University Hospital NHS Trust) has launched its Addenbrooke’s electric bikes scheme for meetings. It will be makig available Cambridge Electric Transport e-bikes available for staff for meetings, enabling the trust to save money and become more sustainable.
29 August 2018Read in full
Cambridge Electric Transport has succeeded in achieving its target of over 50 users using its e-bikes in the Cambridge Science Park e-bike pilot. Over 50 users from over 20 different companies have used the electric bike scheme to date, collecting them from Longstanton Park and Ride and returning them to the same location.
28 August 2018Read in full
Cambridge Electric Transport (CET) and Robik AI have formed a partnership to develop and test autonomous operation capabilities for lightweight vehicles.
7 February 2018Read in full