Canadian Road Safety News Digest

Driverless cars to hit the road in Ontario early next year

November 28, 2016   |   Categories: Canadian Road Safety News Digest, News

Toronto Star (TORONTO, ONTARIO)

Driverless cars are headed for Ontario’s public roads as part of a pilot project the province says puts it in the pole position in Canada’s development of autonomous vehicle technology.

After motoring up a test track to a Waterloo press briefing Monday in a self-propelled Lincoln MKZ hybrid sedan nicknamed the Autonomoose, Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca said three groups have been approved to begin road testing.

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