Driverless buses could revolutionize transport in major cities around the world. Some European cities are already testing the idea. In Estonia, such buses have already hit the streets.
Germany is reportedly mulling plans for fare-free public transport. But to reduce pollution, it might be better off investing in improved services and penalizing car use, expert Oded Cats explains.
A driverless bus has collided with a truck just two hours after being let loose on Las Vegas' streets. But city officials chalked this one down as a victory for the machines.
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