Friday, 3 November 2017

Driverless vehicles

Often i see trains driving past the station almost empty, i catch a bus to the station empty. Driverless autonomous vehicles for sure are going to change things.

Today I saw an article online. here is a link. In Estonia they have bus's without drivers. This might be the tip of the iceberg for the future of travel in Europe.  Rather than owning a car, people might own a driverless bus with 200 people in a town, or something. Driverless Vehicles might even run on railway tracks linking small towns to faster train hubs. The idea that a public transport systems might combine with a felixaeble timetable through an app.

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