There were dozens of people waiting to get on the bus, no one was hurt, and the bus collided with a semi trailer truck. Driverless buses are developed by the French firm Navaya, and the car is also operating on the campus of University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Navaya has a manufacturing plant in Saline City, and the factory is not far from the university.
The car in Las Vegas can hold 12 passengers, with a top speed of 25 miles per hour (about 40 kilometers), but only about 15 miles (about 24 kilometers) at the speed of operation. Buses have no steering wheel and no pedals, and the entourage monitors the car running through the computer screen.
Buses are currently free of charge. AAA provides sponsorship for bus operations, and every transport of a passenger, AAA, will donate 1 dollars to the Las Vegas Victims Fund (Las Vegas), with an initial donation of $100 thousand.
According to the previous plan, next year the bus will pass through Las Vegas City, after the collision will continue to operate it? There's no definite answer yet.