Rep. Bill Shuster, the Pennsylvania Republican who chairs the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, brought the car to Capitol Hill to show fellow lawmakers cutting-edge transportation technology -- and the need for better roads to drive it on.
Scientists from Carnegie Mellon University on Tuesday brought a prototype of a driverless car to Washington in an attempt to show Congress that it could embrace a future devoid of human errors. And then Congress broke that car.
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