Self-driving shuttles hit downtown Detroit streets beginning Monday
On Monday, a small fleet of self-driving vehicles are hitting the streets of downtown Detroit to test the technology with the help of some Detroit employees. The shuttles from a start-up called May Mobility will take Bedrock employees from the office to the parking garage. "We're trying to be the first self-driving vehicle that will not have a safety driver," CEO Edwin Olson said. The company is operating the two vehicles in and around the Bricktown and Greektown areas. The six-seater autonomous shuttles will go a maximum of 25 mph from 7-10 p.m. Monday through Friday this week.