Drivers can expect mid-day closures on the road again today through Wednesday.
A self driving truck? Hmmmmm. I’m just not to sure about this.
They are doing testing again today on the elevated reversible lanes of the Selmon Expressway through Wednesday, closing traffic on the road from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day.
The self-driving trucks will be tested by Starsky Robotics, which says it will still have a human behind the wheel as a safety precaution.
The self-driving software in the trucks will control its acceleration, braking and steering.
Driverless vehicle testing on the expressway is nothing new — the road first hosted self-driving vehicles in 2014 when Audi did it too. I guess the Selmon is one of just 10 approved sites nationwide where researchers could study the safety and performance of automated vehicles.
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