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(NBC Montana)   Self-driving shuttles will begin transporting hikers, looking for Sarah Connor in Yellowstone this summer   ( divider line
    More: Cool, driverless shuttle service, Yellowstone, Boeing 747, 2008 films  
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3 days ago  
Should be enough for a few new chapters....
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3 days ago  
More jobs destroyed by automation.  This is Biden's America.
3 days ago  
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3 days ago  
I'll have to ask my brother about this.  He's a park ranger at Yellowstone.
3 days ago  

dittybopper: I'll have to ask my brother about this.  He's a park ranger at Yellowstone.

Does he have nice marmots?
3 days ago  
Wouldn't it be cheaper just to hire some drivers, train them in CPR in case of an emergency.
3 days ago  
Running shuttles in national parks is a fantastic idea.  Being able to see the park instead of the rear-end of another vehicle is great.
3 days ago  
Officials with Yellowstone also said there will be an attendant in the vehicle along with a chaser car behind to keep a watchful eye on the driverless shuttles at all times.

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Just as a trial measure? Otherwise what's the point?
3 days ago  
If they transport hikers , they're not really hiking ..
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