Autonomous bus hits the streets of Gdańsk

Poland, as well as Denmark, Estonia, Latvia and Norway are taking part in a Europe-wide project involving the use of a driverless bus to ferry passengers.

Gdańsk to test self-driving buses

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The self-driving electric bus came to the northern Polish city of Gdańsk from Tallinn, Estonia, on September 6, and will carry passengers over a period of four weeks to the city zoo.

The French-made EZ10 electric bus seats nine at a time, and moves at an average speed of 10 km per hour.

Should the buses prove their worth, they may be used in public transport and help to ease traffic congestion.