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09 06 2017 01

For many of us, self-driving cars still feel like part of some vague, distant future. For others ­– and a lot of it depends on where you live ­– autonomous vehicles are already starting to color the landscape. In parts of France, autonomous driving is just around the corner. Delphi Automotive and French mobility company Transdev will launch automated, on-demand ride services in the city of Rouen in Normandy, and at the Paris-Saclay research and business district south of Paris.

Transdev has already launched an on-demand autonomous mobility pilot in Rouen, and, together with Delphi, will expand testing of both door-to-door and first-mile/last-mile services, moving on to a commercial service. This is being hailed as the first on-demand automated mobility service on an open road in the EU. The Paris-Saclay service will be a fixed-route shuttle between the train station and the Paris-Saclay campus. This route will initially be serviced by a minivan and will eventually be upgraded to an electric shuttle or bus.

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