Driverless Bus Auditions for a Self-Driving Future on Public Roads

Driverless Bus Auditions for a Self-Driving Future on Public Roads

Liability, road management: The areas automated public transport needs to perfect

Emma Hutchings
  • 1 february 2016

The WEpod is an electric, driverless shuttle bus that will be driving around the campus of Wageningen University in the Netherlands. The self-driving vehicle is fully automated with a cabin for six people, an automated door and a platform lift for wheelchairs. It aims to offer more flexible public transport options for people in the area.

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