Driverless shuttles may ferry people at UC and CVG airport in 2018

Smart Cincy is a public-private partnership pushing for a “connected vehicle infrastructure” in Greater Cincinnati that is negotiating with the school and the airport to launch autonomous shuttles on their campuses early next year, Huhn said.
“There are a lot of conversations we’re hoping to start with this pilot program,” Huhn said. “Cincinnati has a chance to come out as a leader in this space, and we’ve pretty much been dedicated to developing and setting standards for how all that will work.”
Intelligent transport systems that incorporate driverless vehicles have the potential to reduce traffic congestion and pollution and alleviate strained transit systems like Cincinnati’s, Huhn said.