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12 11 2018 01

Bosch and Daimler announced that San Jose, the third biggest city in California, is planned to be the pilot city for trials, targeted to begin during the second half of 2019, of the highly and fully automated driving (SAE Level 4/5) on-demand ride-hailing service recently announced by the two companies. (Earlier post.) The three parties have signed a memorandum of understanding to pursue and finalize this activity.

Using automated Mercedes-Benz S-Class vehicles, Bosch and Daimler propose to offer the service to a selected user community in the San Carlos/Stevens Creek corridor between downtown and west San Jose.

With its population expected to grow 40% in the next two decades, the metropolitan area faces growing transportation challenges. Moreover, San Jose wants to prepare itself for a future in which autonomous cars hit the streets.

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