NJ Transit Experimenting With Self Driving Shuttles

What would you do if you got on a New Jersey Transit shuttle one day and there was no driver. The agency this week unveiled three self-driving shuttles that it hopes to test as part of a pilot program funded by a $950,000 Federal Transit Administration grant. Those The electric shuttles can ferry 15 passengers at speeds of up to 15 mph. They would first be tested in restricted areas before the agency would seek permits to allow the vehicles to carry passengers on public roads within the fort’s property.