World’s First Driverless Train

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The world’s first driverless train was unveiled for a trial run in China. The train doesn’t need any tracks and runs on the road like a bus. It follows white dotted lines on the road with the help of train’s sensors.

Its cost of manufacturing is much cheaper than traditional trains. It can carry 307 passengers at a time. Its top speed is around 70 km/h and it roughly 32 meters long. Isn’t it something cool.