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Driverless Bus tested in California

March 19, 2018 The first autonomous bus has been allowed to operate on the public streets of San Ramon, California. The bus seats six people and stands six people. It is in a test phase where it does not board passengers, but drives on a pre-fixed route. Unlike autonomous cars such as Uber and Google which are being tested but have a driver in the driver's seat, this bus has no driver. Click: Driverless bus begins operate in California,   Link contains video.  

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Poll – Uniforms

How important is uniform code for Peter Pan drivers?

  • Uniforms are important; it makes the company look professional (75%, 3 Votes)
  • Uniforms are unimportant: Drivers should be able to wear what accessories (shoes, hats, jackets, etc.) that they want. (25%, 1 Votes)

Total Voters: 4

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Greyhound/First Group stock down

Feb. 27, 2018 First Group warned investors in UK that revenues at Greyhound/North America are down, resulting in a 13% drop in its share price. It is now below $1 a share.  Routes are being cut in British Columbia, Canada.   Revenues from its Greyhound long-haul coaches were down nearly 3% as it struggled to compete with airlines and other carriers. Shares in First Group, which runs yellow school buses and Greyhound coaches in the United States, shed 11 percent of their value, one of the biggest losers on Britain's mid-cap index. It also cited problems in recruiting drivers for both its Greyhound and school bus operations in North America, due to the strong employment market. First Group shares down Greyhound stock shares down

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