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Autonomous vehicle trials begin in Australia’s Munno Para city

An autonomous vehicle trials have started in South Australia to offer first and last mile service between the Playford Alive township and the Munno Para train station, the government of South Australia said in a press release on 16 July.

An autonomous vehicle trials have started in South Australia to offer first and last mile service between the Playford Alive township and the Munno Para train station, the government of South Australia said in a press release on 16 July. The trial is using the EasyMile EZ10 electric driverless shuttle to carry passengers from the Munno Para station railway station to the Playford Alive township, at every half an hour on weekdays. The driverless shuttle stops at Mark Oliphant College and the Stretton Center. The free shuttle service includes a morning and afternoon service window, with passengers collected from designated pick up points on the route.

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