How Self-Driving Cars Could Disrupt Our Current Traffic Infrastructure

How Self-Driving Cars Could Disrupt Our Current Traffic Infrastructure

A proposed future devoid of traffic lights, by MIT and researchers

Ido Lechner, Home Editor
  • 29 march 2016

The traffic light is one such example of a device that came out of utmost necessity. Prior to its invention, streets were chaotic with pedestrians, bicycles, horses, streetcars and motor vehicles all competing for the right of way.

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