Checking Out Some New (and Old) Automotive Technology (.PDF Download)

Team Berkeley’s Hyperlane concept took first place in the AEM Infrastructure Vision 2050 challenge, which presented concepts for U.S. transportation and infrastructure at the Tech Experience at ConExpo CON/AGG. Hyperlane’s separate reserved lane allows self-driving cars to roll along at 120 mph.

“UC Berkeley graduate students, Baiyu Chen and Anthony Barrs see self-driving cars as the transportation of the future,” reports Leah Scully from our sister brand

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