Cityscape For Testing Driverless Vehicles Rises at U-M




A 32-acre “mini-city” designed expressly for testing connected and automated vehicle systems, and other emerging 21st-century smart city technologies, is taking shape on the University of Michigan’s North Campus.
Source: University of Michigan
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