A self-driven car company is getting green light to test vehicles in the colonial streets as aggressive human drivers are.
Boston city officials announced on Wednesday that they had allowed NuTonomi to test their autonomous vehicles across the city.
The company began testing last year in the city’s Seaport Zone, but now it will expand testing across the city. Each autonomous vehicle must have a safety pedal on the steering wheel to take control in an emergency.
Boston-based NuTonomy was removed from a lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and is now a subsidiary of Aptiv’s auto replacement manufacturer in Dublin, Ireland.
The company described Boston-wide testing as an opportunity to advance self-driving technology in some of North America’s “most complex ways”.
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