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There are a total of seven stops, five on the east side of Technology Parkway and two on the west side. PAUL is programmed to stop at each location while in operation along the Curiosity Lab route. View the Route Map (PDF) to learn more.
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Yes, there are several which are used for collecting data, observing the steward as he or she oversees the operation of the vehicle, and for security. Both autonomous vehicle platforms have the ability to monitor the vehicle operation inside and outside of the vehicle at all times.
At the present time, wearing a mask on the shuttle is optional.
Yes. Both shuttles have air conditioning and heat available onboard.
PAUL maintains a speed of approximately 12 miles per hour in autonomous mode.
This deployment is different from the previous deployment, because the pilot will be operating multiple autonomous shuttle brands, one from Local Motors (Olli), and one from Navya. This is the first time in the world that a multi OEM autonomous shuttle operation has been completed in a 5G and connected vehicle environment. These shuttles will also be operating on the newly deployed CV2X infrastructure for V2I and V2P testing and integration. The companies will also continue to work on their platforms to ensure the safe and efficient operations of autonomous shuttles on public roadways.
PAUL is 100% electric with a variety of types of batteries onboard to power the vehicle and all the technology onboard.
A round trip is approximately 25 minutes, starting at City Hall and returning to City Hall. From City Hall to Westech Drive (across the street from City Hall) is approximately 18 minutes.
PAUL is a multi-passenger vehicle and can transport roughly eight passengers at a time. Safety is a top priority while the vehicle is in motion; therefore no standing is allowed in the shuttle when the vehicle is in operation. All passengers are required to wear seatbelts when riding in the shuttle.
It is free to ride PAUL.
PAUL is a safe, efficient, accessible, and sustainable transportation option.
PAUL has a portable ramp and built-in accommodations inside the cab where the steward can secure mobility devices.
PAUL will operate starting from City Hall from 10 am to 4 pm, Monday through Friday.
View the Route Map (PDF) to learn more.
Peachtree Corners is working with the private sector to advance the reality of connected and autonomous shuttles, which will help provide alternative transportation options to communities across the country. This pilot will focus on cellular vehicle to everything integration, where the city's infrastructure can communicate with the shuttles, and also the shuttles will be testing vehicle to vehicle communications, as well as operating autonomously safely on public roads.