Driverless Shuttle at University of Michigan

June 5, 2018

The University of Michigan has begun using a driverless shuttle on part of campus, as part of a research project to measure consumer reactions to riding in vehicles without drivers. The project features two 11-passenger vehicles. A conductor will be on board at all times and can intervene to deal with any problems and take control of the shuttle.


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