Thursday, 23 October 2014

Driverless buses mooted


The transport minister Claire Perry has suggested that driverless buses could soon be motoring through the UK countryside. Speaking at the Driverless Vehicles Conference, Ms Perry said driverless buses “could transform” rural public transport and said work was being undertaken to identify regulatory issues. Prof Stephen Glaister, of the RAC, said it was an "exciting prospect" but added: "Like some rural bus services it could be a long wait until the future actually arrives."
published in The Daily Telegraph,

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