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Michigan AV Service Gives 500 Rides in First Weeks

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Nov. 9, 2021—A2GO, an autonomous vehicle shuttle service, gave more than 500 rides in its first three weeks of operation in Ann Arbor, Mich.

The service launched on Oct. 11 and shuttles people between Kerrytown, downtown Ann Arbor and several of the University of Michigan's campuses, according to a report from M Live. Several A2GO officials have said public response has been "very positive" so far, citing a 4.8/5 rating from customers. 

Wait times for the service have averaged around six minutes. Officials say that although data such as most-used stops and peak use times aren't available just yet, the launch has been a success. 

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