NUS running electric vehicle trial [News]
By Royston Sim, The Straits Times, 14 Jan 2012.
The National University of Singapore will launch a trial this year to study whether one-seater electric vehicles can enhance travel around its campuses.
Participants will use the Toyota COMS – a single-seater micro electric vehicle (EV) resembling a golf buggy – to shuttle between the NUS Kent Ridge campus and University Town (NUS UTown).
The year-long study will test the viability of using such vehicles to provide ‘personal mobility on demand’ at NUS.
The trial is led by Professor Chua Kee Chaing, who said it is likely to start by April with a fleet of 10 vehicles – provided free by trial partner Toyota Tsusho (Singapore).
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Source: The Straits Times