The city of Boston says i will launch a “collaboration that will include a year-long program focused on creating policy recommendations and supporting on-street testing of autonomous vehicles “to advance the safety, access and sustainability goals identified by the public” during a future-of-transportation initiative called Go Boston 2030,” reports Boston Business Journal in this article.

Very nice, although Pittsburgh has beaten them to the punch, with Uber (which has long swiped academics from Carnegie-Mellon’s autonomous-vehicle research department) announcing that it’s starting real-world trials in that city.


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