Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Can We Have A Free Road For Our Vaporware?

And, yes, title aside, autonomous cars can probably work fine on dedicated stretches of highway. Guess we'd all better run out and buy one.

Vancouver and Seattle should be connected by a driverless highway, according to some high-tech entrepreneurs.

The proposal, which involves dedicating at least one lane on the I-5 from Seattle to Highway 99 in Richmond, B.C., is a pitch that comes from Tom Alberg, a board member of Amazon, Craig Mundie, a former Microsoft executive, along with two other high tech industry experts.