In Paris, a Glimpse of Public Transportation’s Driverless Future

France may be famous for its cheese and wine, but it’s also a longtime leader in driverless transit. Paris boasted one of the earliest models of automatic trains in 1983, when two metro lines ran without a conductor onboard. And the push toward driverless transportation continues in this city, with several planned upgrades before it plays host to the summer Olympics in 2024.

So it was with high expectations and a sense of history that I boarded the driverless Line 1 to the bustling busine

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