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Guest posted a topic in TopicsAlmost every major U.S. city has seen years of decline in bus ridership, but Seattle has been the exception in recent years. Between 2010 and 2014, Seattle experienced the biggest jump of any major U.S. city. At its peak in 2015, around 78,000 people, or about one in five Seattle workers, rode the bus to work. That trend has cooled slightly since then, but Seattle continues to see increased overall transit ridership, bucking the national trend of decline. In 2016, Seattle saw transit ridership increase by 4.1 percent—only Houston and Milwaukee saw even half that increase in the same year. Read more: https://www.citylab.com/transportation/2017/10/how-seattle-bucked-a-national-trend-and-got-more-people-to-ride-the-bus/542958/
Robot Shuttle: Japan's first driverless bus to begin service in Chiba Japanese firm DeNA showcased the country's first robot driverless bus, the Robot Shuffle, in Chiba. The Robot Shuffle can seat up to 12 people, and travels at a speed of up to 40 kph (25 mph).