Published on : Tuesday, October 17, 2017
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The driverless car, developed in part by Texas A&M and top transportation leaders across the state, gathered at TranStar to take the first spin.
A&M is also working on platooning technology for trucks, which means a driver is in the first truck and the trucks behind it are driverless.
The driverless technology has already been shown to prove fuel efficiency, and METRO is now looking at the technology for buses.
The technology holds exciting possibilities for public transportation in Houston.