CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, founded in 1954 is one of the world’s largest and most respected centres for scientific research. CERN sites are located on both the French and the Swiss territory near Geneva. The two main sites located in the commune of Meyrin (Switzerland) and Prévessin (France) are 3 km apart. Limited public transport services to the sites make the private car the preferred transport mode. As a consequence, more than 6000 cars enter daily. In this context, CERN is currently developing an integrated and sustainable mobility strategy. Parking management, provision of "last mile” accessibility or promotion of soft mobility are among the key elements of this strategy. Hence, CityMobil2 is a great opportunity to explore the potential of integrating automated transport
vehicles within CERN’s long-term transport plan.