Self-driving buses are a specific example of autonomous vehicles that use advanced algorithms and AI technology to make decisions about their route, speed, and braking based on real-time traffic conditions. Equipped with sensors and cameras, these buses can react much faster than human drivers. However, the rise of self-driving buses may not be good news for bus drivers as it could potentially lead to job losses.
One of the advantages of self-driving buses is that they can drive at a consistent speed, which translates into less waiting time for passengers. Moreover, they offer a more comfortable ride, with features such as Wi-Fi, charging ports, and reduced noise and vibration. Unfortunately, self-driving buses are costly to implement, as it requires specialized roadways, charging stations, and other infrastructure. Thus, it may take some time before self-driving buses become a common sight on the road.