Geraldton experience 

The RAC Intellibus® visited Geraldton from 16 September - 10 December 2020.

RAC's Intellibus® enjoyed a journey along a 2.8km route beside the Geraldton foreshore and anyone over the age of 7 years was able to take part in a ride.

At the conclusion of the Geraldton public demonstration, 1,622 locals and visitors were able to experience the automated technology of the RAC Intellibus® which traveled a total of 1,761.2km and navigated over 7,500 roundabouts. 

 

 

Also in Geraldton, 448 school students from 19 different schools were also able to take a ride on the RAC Intellibus® as part of the Imagine School Program.

 

 

With support from

Logos for the City of Geraldton and Museum of Geraldton

Busselton experience

The RAC Intellibus® visited Busselton from 8 May to 30 June 2019, giving more than 1,500 locals and visitors the opportunity to take a ride and learn about driverless vehicle technology and it's benefits.

The experience started out the front of the Busselton Visitor Centre, located on the beautiful Busselton foreshore next to the iconic Busselton Jetty. The Busselton Jetty is 1.84km and the longest timber Jetty in the Southern Hemisphere.

The RAC Intellibus® headed east from Foreshore Parade and along Geographe Bay Road to the Busselton Volunteer Marine Rescue Centre taking in the view of the stunning Geographe Bay.

We would like to thank the City of Busselton and the locals for their support.

Logos for City of Busselton, Navya & Government of Western Australia

This project received funding from the Australian Government.