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Driverless shuttle bringing a glimpse of the future to downtown Las Vegas

Visitors to downtown Las Vegas can take a gamble on the future.
A driverless electric shuttle will hit the streets on Wednesday, capable of “talking” to traffic signals, sharing the road with other vehicles and stopping for pedestrians.
Free rides will be offered aboard the egg-shaped shuttle over the next year, carrying up to 11 passengers along a half-mile loop in the Fremont East neighborhood that was designated last year as part of the city’s “innovation district.”…
The autonomous shuttle by French company Navya underwent a 10-day test in January, when traffic lanes were blocked along a designated route. This time, the same model shuttle will mingle with other vehicles — a significant move forward in showcasing autonomous technology to the general public. 
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