Where Pittsburgh’s self-driving cars are vs. where the buses are

Last week, a group of Carnegie Mellon University seniors gave their recommendations for autonomous vehicle policy to Pittsburgh City Council.The students, who are in the ethics, history and public policy program at CMU, focused on ways that self-driving vehicles could address areas underserved by public transportation, an idea that advocates of the technology have stressed.
As a case study, the students used Duquesne, Pa., where some residents have to walk half a mile to mile on a street with no sidewalks to the closest bus stop. Among the students’ recommendations was using autonomous shuttles to increase mobility for those who don’t live in walking distance from the closest bus stop. Watch the entire post agenda presentation here.
And that made us wonder — what is the current crossover between public transit access and where self-driving cars are testing?