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Driverless Vehicles To Roll In 30 U.S. Cities By End Of 2016

Posted on March 6, 2015

Automated vehicle pilot projects will launch  in six to 10 U.S. cities this year and in the United Kingdom, with the first unveiling projected to be in Tampa, Fla., as soon as late spring. The following year, trial programs will launch in 12 to 20 more U.S. locations, which means driverless cars will be on roads in up to 30 U.S. cities by the end of 2016.

London Observer.com article here

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