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Definition[]

A high-tech bus is a

bus[] on rubber wheels, operating more like trams than like traditional buses, with the following characteristics: a) They are vehicles for mass transport (more than 20 people); b) they use an infrastructure, which can be either exclusive for the buses or shared with other road users; c) they can use various types of automated systems, either for guidance or for driver assistance; d) they always have a driver, who can take over control of the vehicle at any time, allowing the vehicles to use the public road.[1]

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