According to the Florirail and 50 ans sans train ça suffit associations, light trains designed by the Alsatian company Lohr, based in Duppigheim near Strasbourg, could be a relevant solution for the return of trains to the Guebwiller valley.
Since Monday 5 February, two shuttle buses have been plying the streets of Rosheim. These free, 100% electric shuttles have been designed by the Lohr group with disabled users as a priority.
A free shuttle bus has been introduced in Rosheim.
The runaway success of Cristal, the little electric shuttle: “for small towns, it’s the ideal form of public transport”.
It's almost 3 years since the people of Savern (Bas-Rhin) adopted Cristal, the little electric shuttle from Alsace. More than 100,000 people have used it since it was introduced, twice as many as expected. The municipality of Rosheim is now testing this silent, non-polluting mode of transport.
Since Monday 5 February, a strange vehicle called the "Rosabus" has been plying the streets of Rosheim. It's the Cristal electric shuttle from the manufacturer Lohr, available free of charge to local residents to take them to the station or around the town. This is a six-month trial to see whether the shuttle is a hit with the public.
Today, the 10 apprentice welders are on long-term temporary contracts with Lohr Industrie through ALEMPLOI. We wish them every success for the rest of their career.
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