Nevada Self Driving Bus Accident
IncSmart Nevada (Small Business and Startups) - Promoted as the countries' first self driving shuttle pilot program for the general public, the first accident happened the first hour of the first day of operation.  The accident however was due to human error after a truck failed to stop, and then backed into the bus.  The ruck’s driver was cited for illegal backing.  The new bus will hold 12 passengers and can travel as fast as 25 mph.  The bus is currently free and is scheduled to drive through downtown Las Vegas.

The bus will drive alongside real traffic along a half mile route, and intends to carry 250,000 passengers a year. Continued testing of the shuttle will last for 12 months in the Innovative District in downtown Las Vegas.  The autonomous shuttle is built by French firm Navya ARMA, and is in partnership between Keolis and the AAA.  This same French company is also operating it on the campus of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.
By IncSmart Staff Writer

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