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The island in the photo is actually Necker Island and is privately owned by Richard Branson, so it's most likely quite hard for the average traveller to visit. World News Daily Report is actually a fake news website, as their About page states: World News Daily Report is an American Jewish Zionist newspaper based in Tel Aviv and dedicated on covering ...


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Airport Düsseldorf, Germany: Skytrain. It is not a car but similar to Previous answers. Skytrain


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There's one driverless bus system to be launched in the old city area of Sion in Switzerland. It is currently being tested and will be opened for free to the public in spring 2016 for a 2 year testing period. The area in question is a mostly car-free pedestrian area, but I am sure that the interaction of the bus with the quite crowded pedestrian area is ...


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This may not be the answer you were looking for in a stricter sense, but just to play the devil's advocate real quick: you could always go ahead and buy a Tesla or schedule a test drive! I don't know if they are already up for rent anywhere but you could always go ahead and schedule a test drive, which is free and you'd share the lane with others The ...


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The autonomous one sharing public roads with other traffic in the Netherlands is the "WEpod" (link in Dutch). (image from Wageningen University's twitter feed) As far as I know, they have been tested in the last months of 2015 and will be available for visitors to try out in May and June 2016, travelling between the Ede/Wageningen train station and the ...


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There's the Heathrow Pod - little electric self-driving cars in dedicated lanes. Image from ultra global PRT. The Heathrow POD is free to ride between the T5 car park and Business Parking. It runs very close to the end of the runway so you can sometimes get an excellent view of planes landing. From within T5, follow signs to 'Heathrow pod'. It's a fun ...


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I don't know about any place where you can already use a bus that shares the road with other vehicles, but in Rotterdam, the Netherlands there is a bus that drives autonomously on a dedicated lane with road crossings. It is guided by a magnetic strip under the ground, but it is autonomously controlling its speed. It has been doing this since 1999 already. ...



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