The Self-Driving Mass Transit Movement Gets Slow-Bus Start in Netherlands | Inverse

Starting this winter, students looking to escape Wageningen University will be able to take wee six-seater self-driving buses to the train station in Ede. The buses will max out at about 15 mph, and they’ll be able to travel along the roads just like normal vehicles, just not in crappy weather or high-volume traffic.

Source: The Self-Driving Mass Transit Movement Gets Slow-Bus Start in Netherlands | Inverse

Will autonomous cars change the role and value of public transportation? « The Transport Politic

The autonomous vehicle, some predict, will replace many of today’s forms of transportation and radically expand mobility by allowing people, including the young, old, and disabled, to get around without having to walk, without having to know how to drive, and without having to wait for a bus or train.

Source: Will autonomous cars change the role and value of public transportation? « The Transport Politic

Cruises Sinking Coach Tours

 

The future of continental coach holidays is being put at risk by the introduction of cruise ships based in Southampton for the summer season, according to leading coach tour operator, Dave Parry.

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