‘Little Roady’, the new route of the self-propelled shuttle in May's Mobility in Providence (Rhode Island), was but a few hours of being launched, when a curious agent the vehicle is standing loved. The shuttle with its glass roof is used for a funded pilot project of one year with a possible extension of a further two years.also Read “The most expensive coffee in the world”: 75 dollars for a cup of
In that period, provides the slow moving van transport free of charge for six occupants on a line to the train station with twelve stops along less busy roads. There is also an employee of May Mobility on board who can intervene in the case, the self-propelled technology would fail. The policeman spoke to the responsible person in a friendly way and handed out fines or warnings. One of the objectives of the pilot project was the testing of the interaction with other road users and the police.