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Route to driverless cars will be ‘long and rocky’

Traffic technology experts express doubts about UK driverless vehicle development timescales

18 February 2018
 

A survey of intelligent transport system professionals in the UK suggests they do not think that fully driverless cars will be on our roads by 2021, as suggested by the Chancellor Phillip Hammond in the autumn budget. Members of the Intelligent Transport Society (UK) were largely split 50/50 between those who expect ‘Level 5’ driverless cars, which operate completely independent of humans, to be available within 15 years, and the other half that think it will take more than 15 years...

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