May Mobility's Self-Driving Shuttles Hit the Streets of Ohio


Columbus is piloting a fleet of autonomous electric shuttles as part of a multimillion-dollar smart transportation initiative

Visitors to Columbus, Ohio, have a new way to see the city’s downtown attractions. A fleet of electric, self-driving vehicles now shuttle passengers around a cluster of museums and parks, using sensors and software in lieu of engines and auto parts. The pilot project, which began in mid-December, belongs to a larger statewide effort to improve road safety and mobility in this car-dependent capital.

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