How yawn inducing, but Simon Bridges has tried to make it sound exciting.
Christchurch International Airport is going to try out a driverless electric shuttle that can carry 15 passengers.
Transport Minister Simon Bridges says the airport company and HMI Technologies will start trials with the French-built Navya shuttle next year.
“The opportunity to conduct extensive research about this electric passenger transport shuttle will provide essential information about the vehicle and how it might be used in different New Zealand transport environments,” he said on Tuesday.
“Autonomous vehicles are an important part of the future of transport.”
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