The general public will be invited to ride Piloting Autonomous Use Locally (PAUL) in Curiosity Lab free of charge starting Monday, October 18 (the Local Motor vehicle will be available later this fall.) No tickets or reservations are necessary.
Riders are encouraged to park at the Peachtree Corners City Hall, 310 Technology Parkway, and board the shuttle which stops directly in front of City Hall.
What is PAUL
PAUL is a driverless shuttle that will operate on Curiosity Lab's 3 mile test track. Data from the pilot will ultimately help provide alternate transportation options to communities across the country. The shuttles were developed by Navya, based in Lyon, France, and are managed by Beep.
The shuttle will operate on Technology Parkway Monday through Friday from 10 am to 4 pm. PAUL will not run in heavy rain or on the following holidays:
|Holiday||Date PAUL Does Not Operate|
|MKL Day||Monday, January 17|
|Presidents Day||Monday, February 21|
|Memorial Day||Monday, May 30|
|Independence Day||Monday, July 4|
|Labor Day||Monday, September 5|
|Veterans Day||Friday, November 11|
|Thanksgiving||Thursday and Friday, November 24 and 25|
|Christmas||Friday, December 23 and Monday, December 26|
|New Year's Day||Friday, December 30 and Monday, January 2, 2023|
The shuttle will run in both directions on Technology Parkway, using the dedicated lanes marked by blue chevrons and separated from the main road by flexible bollards.
PAUL will make seven stops along Technology Parkway, two on the west side and five on the east side.
See the Route Map (PDF) for details.
Please take our Short Survey About PAUL and autonomous vehicles in Peachtree Corners.