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    Las Vegas launches the first electric autonomous shuttle on U.S. public roads /Link

    navya-vegas Las Vegas, transportation beat reporters can’t quit you; CES was like a car extravaganza, and now you’re launching a self-driving, fully electric shuttle on public streets. The shuttles are the result of a partnership between shuttle-maker Navya, fleet logistics provider Keolis and the city of Las Vegas, and began picking up members of the public today, riding a regular route… Read More

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    Published on 11 Jan 2017 at 11:41PM

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