UK Driverless Car Projects Get £20m Govt Funding
More than 40 miles of roads in Coventry will be equipped with technologies to aid autonomous vehicles, the government has announced.
It is one of eight projects aiming to develop driverless-car technologies that will receive a share of £20m, from the government’s £100m Intelligent Mobility Fund.
Another will focus on driverless shuttles for the visually impaired.
Autonomous vehicles are already being tested, including in Milton Keynes.