Hop on the Free AAA Self-Driving Shuttle in Las Vegas
Are you ready?
Ride into the future on the new self-driving shuttle in Las Vegas sponsored by AAA —a FREE, one-of-a-kind pilot program open to the public, in one of the biggest tourist destinations on earth. Hop on and get an exclusive look at how self-driving vehicles could potentially change our way of travel. With innovative onboard technology, you’ll ride through eight city intersections, six traffic lights, and two stop signs, without a driver. Plus, you can hop off at select attractions in the Fremont East Entertainment District.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Why is AAA sponsoring the shuttle pilot program?
For the past 100 years, AAA has been committed to the safety of Members and the public out on the road. AAA believes that autonomous technology has potential to reduce traffic accidents, most of which are caused by human error. The AAA self-driving shuttle in Las Vegas allows you to experience exciting autonomous vehicle technology firsthand and voice your opinions on the experience.
2. Who are your partners?
AAA has partnered with the city of Las Vegas, the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) and Keolis North America (Keolis). A global provider of transportation services, Keolis is the operator of the self-driving shuttle that is manufactured by NAVYA.
3. How many passengers are expected to ride the shuttle
This pilot program aims to give a quarter-million free rides to Las Vegas residents and visitors. AAA will donate $1 per shuttle rider to the Las Vegas Victims’ Fund to support those affected by the October 1 tragedy—we started with a donation for $100,000 on launch day Nov 8, 2017!
4. Do I need to be a AAA Member to ride the shuttle?
No, you do not need to be a AAA Member to ride the shuttle. Our AAA Ambassadors at the stops will answer your questions about self-driving cars and this exciting pilot program. After your ride, a AAA Ambassador will ask for your feedback via an iPad or online survey. A safety operator is on board the shuttle at all times.