The Virginia Tech Transportation Institute — in partnership with the Virginia Department of Transportation — unveiled four expansions to the Virginia Smart Road Tuesday. The expansions, all engineered to accelerate advanced-vehicle testing, offer an unprecedented opportunity to explore how automated and autonomous vehicles will function on all roadways found in the U.S., including edge-and-corner environments. […]
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