Driverless shuttle crash in Vegas puts Tampa, FL program under microscope

As HART prepares to launch its first self-driving shuttles, a similar driverless vehicle service that debuted in Las Vegas this week had a rocky start.

The self-driving shuttle, made by French startup Navya and operated by the company Keolis, was involved in a minor crash on Wednesday just a few hours after hitting the downtown Vegas streets for its first ride.

The shuttle hit the front end of a large delivery truck when a human driver pulled out of an alley and into the street.