It’s My First Day: Self-driving Mobility Shuttle Pulled Over in Rhode Island

Self-driving shuttle company May Mobility expanded its operations to include Rhode Island this week. The state agreed to pay the firm $800,000 for the first year of operations, allowing it to get its six-passenger micro shuttles running between an Amtrak station and downtown Providence as part of an ongoing pilot program. However, one of the shuttles […]

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