The “Last Mile” Problem Could Be Solved By A Network Of Autonomous Cars

Rachel Linnewiel
Mar 1, 2018 · 1 min read

By Bradley Berman — Lead Editor

Over 50 major cities around the world are running comprehensive pilot programs for self-driving vehicles in an attempt, among other challenges, to find solutions to problems related to traffic congestion. Urban planners are anticipating that 20th-century transit systems — primarily using low- or single-occupancy vehicles — will be replaced with a dynamic network of shared, connected, self-driving cars.

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