Self-driving shuttle will take a few lucky college students to class next year
University of Michigan engineering students will get a slick new ride to class starting next school year — no driver necessary.
The University’s MCity self-driving development hub just announced its plans to launch a free autonomous shuttle service in the school’s North Campus. It’s the first time the self-driving program has offered services outside of the 32-acre MCity complex, which opened in 2015.
The shuttle will run a non-stop, two-mile route between the Lurie Engineering Center and the university’s North Campus Research Complex, so students won’t be able to take advantage of the autonomous transport for their extracurricular activities, if you know