Could drivers of automated vehicles benefit from knowing the remaining duration of their automated drive? Would they be able to take back control safer and maybe experience a more comfortable automated drive? ViF evaluated these questions in the EU project HADRIAN. Whereas current visions for automated driving do not commonly include such information, any passenger on a train probably appreciates the schedule information of the next train stop for getting off the train comfortably. Therefore, in a driving simulator study, 40 participants were either informed about the duration of their automated drive (SAE Level 3) before they had to take back control or were not informed. The results indicate that participants found such predictive information highly useful and that it eventually led to safer driver gaze behavior during the transition. Detailed results from this study will be published in 2022.