There are cars and trucks, and then there are trains and buses. While multi-seat vans and wagons can serve the purpose of buses carrying multiple unrelated people, a California company has come up with an entirely new concept. The Dubai Roads and Transport Authority announced yesterday it would test what maker Next Future Corporation calls the world's first autonomous electric transport pods. DON'T MISS: Electric-car incentives added in, remarkably, oil-rich Dubai Running in dedicated lanes, the NX1 pods are intended for short- and medium-distance trips. Pods can couple themselves together...
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