Rolling towards a new form of transportation

BY: CLAIRE KIM

As we become more known to the world around us, we can develop new and more innovative ideas that can help benefit the world. We have already started creating electric cars, so why not take a step further into making electric buses. It’s all coming along now.

Already in certain parts of the world, people and organizations are creating more efficient driving machines that can help the world environmentally. Right now, in particular, self-driving buses are the new trend.

With elite motion senses and other great detectors that are added for the bus’s safety, it seems that the bus industry has begun to take an initiative on preparing for its first journey on its own.

I believe that with this new invention, traffic will become less congested and there will be fewer accidents along the roads. Not only will the buses be great for avoiding traffic, but it will also come in handy for many drivers that dread driving in the first place.

Although this idea of self-driving has been growing quickly over the past year, many people have still not taken the time to try it out fully yet, just in case there are any faults that they happen to miss. Until these machines are finally confirmed as safe, I feel that many people will still be using public transportation or their own personal vehicles.

Personally, I have mixed feelings for this new era of self-driving cars and buses just because it’s new and different from what I have seen before. Hopefully, with these new modes of transportation, we will be seeing many good outcomes and smiles from the public.

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