Feedback from passengers of autonomous buses is critical to development. With several pilot programs currently ongoing in major cities across the globe, such trials provide open channels for automotive companies and local residents to express their views about the future of transportation.
In Shauffhausen, Switzerland, which is the first location in the world to integrate driverless buses with public transit routes, people are starting to warm up to the daily utilization of self-driving shuttles. This is significant, as feedback came from individuals with real experience riding in autonomous buses…
To date, the autonomous Navya shuttle (also known as ‘Trapizio’) has served over 12,000 passengers and provided more than 8,000 rides.