What big cities can learn from the small Swiss town with a driverless bus

It was like navigating traffic in an electric-powered egg on wheels.

The canton of Schaffhausen is just 30 minutes away from the Swiss city of Zurich, but the municipality of 81,000 residents is home to less than one percent of the country’s population. It’s a beautiful and historic place to visit, home to big businesses and tourist attractions alike, but no one’s about to mistake it for an economic powerhouse.