Dutch College Town Brings Out Driverless Buses as EU Mulls RulesBy
Wageningen starts open-ended trial of six-passenger vehicles
Dutch minister to push EU colleagues on automated technology
Driverless microbuses started serving the college town of Wageningen, Netherlands, in the first open-ended test in Europe of automated public transport on city streets.
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