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Paris is testing an autonomous bus on a regular line

Île-de-France Mobilités and RATP are testing an autonomous bus with passengers on a conventional bus line for the first time in France. A "safety driver", is nevertheless present and "has the role of ensuring the safety of passengers in all circumstances".

This latest phase of experimentation comes after a number of conclusive tests carried out over the last few months: first at night and without passengers, then during the day, still without passengers, but this time integrated into a conventional bus line. The route 393 is located in the inner suburbs and comprises 20 stops, spread over 12 km, for a total journey time of around 30 minutes.

Source : RATP

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