Driverless shuttle on test in London

A driverless shuttle is being tested on the Greenwich Peninsula in London as part of the GATEway research project.

UK: Passenger-carrying trials of a driverless electric shuttle prototype began on April 5 on a 2 km route on the Greenwich Peninsula in southeast London. The focus is not the technology, but on how it functions alongside people in a natural environment. The initial trial will explore passengers’ attitude towards ...

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