The city is testing two buses without driver in the program, which began June 6.
Austrian authorities are investigating why a bus driver hit a pedestrian in Vienna during the tests.
The incident resulted in minor injury, but stopped testing unmanned technology in the country, reports the online edition of the Chronicle.info with reference to NV.
According to the Austrian media, Navya SAS bus was traveling at a speed of 12 kilometers (7.5 miles) per hour when he crashed into the knee of a 30-year-old woman. Management of transit in Vienna has suspended further tests pending the outcome of the investigation.
The city is testing two buses without driver in the program, which began June 6. Austrian Institute of technology and Siemens Mobility also involved in a project that required a professional driver on Board at the time.
Company Navya citing witnesses of the incident said that at the moment of collision the woman was crossing the road, wearing headphones and looking at the phone.
Navya SAS is a French startup specialized in the design and construction of Autonomous and electric vehicles. The project started in 2015.