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The Road to Widespread Adoption of Automated Buses

Writing for The American Prospect, Alon Levy — an affiliated scholar at the Marron Institute — makes the case that widespread adoption of automated buses is still a long ways off for American cities:

...the technology media’s claims of incipient disruption of public transportation as Americans know it today are premature. American cities that want better public transit should invest in conventional bus and rail service and not base their bus fleet decision-making on a technology that is still in its infancy.

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