Edinburgh, UK is preparing

Scotland’s second-largest city has long sought an outsized impact in its public works. When it opened in 1964, the Forth Road Bridge was the longest suspension bridge on Earth outside the U.S. In 2020, testing will begin for an AV bus fleet that’s scheduled to go into service the following year, and would be the largest in the world.

An initial pilot involving 5 Alexander Dennis Enviro200 buses will be funded by a £4.35m grant from the UK government and more than £1.5m from corporate partners including software firm Fusion Processing, Transport Scotland, and busmaker Alexander Dennis. The buses are set to travel along a 14-mile route linking the Ferrytoll Park & Ride in Fife and the Edinburgh Park train and tram station.

Further Reading

https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1049061/scotland-first-self-driving-buses

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