Driverless cars could boost rural transport – Glyndwr uni – BBC News

Driverless cars could help improve poor public transport links in rural Wales, academics in Wrexham claim.

Engineers at Glyndwr University believe they should be trialled in Wales because they are well suited to its steep, narrow and slow roads.

They say they could be used as taxis in rural areas, which could significantly improve residents’ quality of life.

The team has submitted their views to the Welsh government’s draft transport plan.

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