Calgary readies for future pilot project testing driverless vehicles

Planes, trains and driverless automobiles — it’s a future not far off for Calgary.

A pilot project to be presented to the city’s transportation committee Wednesday would, if approved, begin testing a low-speed autonomous shuttle service in the city in 2018.

The compact, driverless shuttle with the capacity to hold up to 10 people would travel just under 20 km/hr and carry guests to and from the Calgary Zoo LRT station and Telus Spark.

Read the full story at calgaryherald.com.

Victoria Krisman is Interactive Media Specialist for the Intelligent Community Forum.
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