Green light for driverless car testing

Four UK cities have been chosen to find out how driverless cars might fit into everyday life. £10 million of funding from Innovate UK has given the green light for testing innovative driverless cars in the real world as announced by George Osborne in last week’s Autumn Financial Statement. Greenwich (south east London), Milton Keynes and Coventry (working together as one project) and Bristol will run formal trials lasting between 18 and 36 months from January 2015.

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