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Mon November 11, 2013
Driverless cars could arrive in Ann Arbor in 2021
Imagine driving through Ann Arbor, glancing over at the car next to you only to realize that the driver does not have his or her hands on the steering wheel, yet the car is moving along in traffic just fine.
That could happen in just a few short years.
The University of Michigan has announced plans to bring a fleet of networked, driverless cars to Ann Arbor by 2021.
Here to talk about what that would look like in the streets of Ann Arbor and what that might mean to drivers everywhere is the director of the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute. Peter Sweatman joined us today.
Listen to the full interview above.