From the Columbus Dispatch:
An autonomous shuttle is expected to begin service in the Linden neighborhood this month in the first residential test of self-driving shuttles in the nation. The shuttles will run along a 2.8-mile route and connect to services like St. Stephen’s Community House.
Self-driving shuttles are scheduled to start traveling in Linden in late January.
The free service will be the first residential test in the country for self-driving shuttles, said Mandy Bishop, Smart Columbus’ program manager.
The shuttles will run along a 2.8-mile route and connect St. Stephen’s Community House, the Douglas Recreation Center, the Rosewind Resident Council and the Linden Transit Center. The pilot program will run for 12 months.
Partners for the pilot include DriveOhio, COTA, Ohio State University, St. Stephen’s, the Columbus Department of Recreation and Parks, and the Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority.
Read the Columbus Dispatch's article "Self-driving shuttles coming to Linden in first test in US residential neighborhood, official says," featuring the Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority.