29 Sep '16, 1pm

Self-driving car lane envisioned for commute between Vancouver and Seattle

Self-driving car lane envisioned for commute between Vancouver and Seattle

It takes about two and a half hours to drive from Seattle to Vancouver. Madrona Venture Group envisions a future, along with other driverless car innovators, where that time is spent relaxing or working instead of driving. “Imagine being able to watch a video or sporting event, prepare for a business meeting, work on your novel, or plan a game with your children. It is difficult to place a dollar value on this but one source has estimated this at more than $1 trillion a year in the U.S.,” they said in their report. They add self-driving cars could reduce traffic, save lives, and cause less accidents.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/self-driving-car-lane-envisioned-for...

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