The Cities Where Autonomous Vehicles Would Be Most Practical
As more autonomous vehicles hit the city streets, governments must keep in mind that not all urban areas are favorable for such advanced technology. According to research by INRIX, certain cities are better suited for it than others, and those cities are advised to start planning now for the influx of driverless cars in the future.
Some state and local governments have already taken steps to upgrade infrastructure in anticipation of their arrival. Boston, for one, has partnered with a company that recently started testing self-driving cars in one neighborhood. Ann Arbor, Mich., is experimenting with connected vehicles that can communicate with traffic control devices.
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