WALNUT, Calif. (KABC) -- The future has arrived at Mt. San Antonio College, where a self-driving shuttle is now giving students rides around campus.
The driverless shuttle has been on a trial run this week.
A small Silicon Valley startup called Varden Labs is testing the four-seat electric shuttle, taking students on a pre-programmed loop through campus.
While it's billed as driverless, which it is, the shuttle still needs a human to hold down a trigger on a joystick.
The company's goal is to eventually lease the automated shuttles to colleges, focusing on short campus trips, and leaving public roads and highways to the likes of Google.
Driverless shuttle giving students rides around Mt. San Antonio College
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