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This driverless bus is about to roll out in Singapore

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By the first quarter of 2017, this driverless shuttle bus will begin service in Singapore.

The autonomous vehicle can hold 15 passengers, and will ferry them between the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) campus and the CleanTech eco-business park roughly 1.5 km (0.93 miles) away.

Image: nanyang technological university/facebook

NTU posted a video on Facebook showcasing the new air-conditioned bus, and said it’s set to roll out by next semester.

Image: nanyang technological university/facebook

Opening the doors

Opening the doors

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