Trackless, driverless “rail bus” takes to the roads in China

A self-driving vehicle that is like a train, but which doesn’t run on tracks, has made its first journey in Chinese city Zhuzhou.
The new form of public transport has been developed by Chinese transport manufacturer CRRC.
Identified as a cross between a bus, train, and tram, the so-called rail bus follows markings painted on the road, instead of conventional rail tracks.