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  1. U.K. City to Get Driverless Cars By 2015

    Milton Keynes, a large British town just north of London, will see driverless cars zipping around at top speeds of 12 mph by 2015. This initiative, which involves building small “pods” that will travel on designated paths around the town, is part of a wider $120 million government scheme to develop low-emission transportation across the U.K. Milton Keynes is no Google — the company claims to have logged 300,000 accident-free miles in driverless cars. Yet the British burg could pave the way for a viable alternative to carpooling and public transit.

    Source: BBC

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