Selfdriving buses will appear in France in 2020March 7, 2019
Unmanned buses will be allowed to drive on public roads in France as early as next year. This statement was made by the Minister of Transport of this country Elizabeth Born.
It is a question of commercial use of shuttles for 10–12 places, the official specified. According to her, at the moment there are already two relevant startups in the country: one near Toulouse, the other near Lyon. It is expected that the first buses will arrive at the flight in early 2020.
“I think this is an important moment for our country – to have autonomous cars, we need to develop services using similar shuttles,” said Born.
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