Self-Driving Buses Take Public Road Test in Shenzhen
A state-owned bus company has run four buses with self-driving capabilities through a 1,200-meter (3,937-foot) predetermined route in downtown Shenzhen.
The test run marks a victory for the southern city as it seeks to burnish its image as a center of high tech in China and help drive the central government’s efforts to develop the country’s fledgling self-driving-car industry.
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