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A look at Ohio’s future? Self-driving shuttles will do a circuit through a residential neighborhood in Columbus, as part of a year-long pilot program starting in late January. Three, 12-passenger, disabled-accessible electric shuttles will travel the 2.8-mile route in the Linden neighborhood of Columbus. The shuttles, which are autonomous but monitored by on-board operators, will run between 6 a.m. and 8 p.m and connect riders to locations with social services.

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