U-M’s Mcity Introduces Driverless Shuttle

. June 30, 2018.

The innovative Mcity team at the University of Michigan is set to begin adding riders to its driverless shuttle system in the next few months, slated for a 2-mile round trip route on U-M’s North Campus between the North Campus Research Complex and the Lurie Engineering Center. The entire trip should take 10 minutes and is open to University students, faculty, and staff. 

For more information on Mcity and the shuttle,
visit www.mcity.umich.edu

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