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Inverness not in favour of driverless buses hitting the streets


By Alan Shields

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Nearly 70 per cent of Inverness Courier readers would refuse to get on a driverless bus, our exclusive poll has revealed.

A total of 69 per cent of those who responded to our online survey said they would not get on the futuristic style public transport – which are due to be piloted at Inverness campus later this year.

The remaining 31 per cent said they would be happy to board a driverless bus.

Read more here: Inverness students first to ride on driverless buses as futuristic vision arrives on time


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