How will autonomous vehicles affect our towns and cities?

October 18, 2017

Rutgers Researcher Jon Carnegie says what he would add to the conversation is the possibility of using the technology in public transit.

“There is some interesting innovation going on in places around the country, including Jacksonville, Florida and the Tampa area where they’ll be rolling out autonomous minibuses, basically pods that carry up to 12 people,” said Carnegie.

NJTV online, October 17, 2017

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