Local Motors expands testing of Olli autonomous shuttle in US state Maryland

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3D printed shuttle can carry up to eight passengers at speed of 25mph

Local Motors has agreed to expand testing of its Olli autonomous shuttle in National Harbor, Maryland, United States, the company said in a press release on 22 October. The company has received permit from the Maryland Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to expand its self-driving testing. The expanded testing will help Local Motors gain insights to solve Maryland’s transportation challenges such as traffic congestion, accessibility and environmental concern like pollution.

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