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Proposed highway lane for self-driving cars would link Seattle and Vancouver

A venture capital firm envisions replacing HOV lanes with lanes just for autonomous vehicles There’s no question that self-driving vehicles are the future. But Seattle-based venture capital firm Madrona Venture Group is hoping to get the jump on the autonomous car future by proposing one of the country’s first dedicated self-driving car lanes, running along I-5 between Seattle and Vancouver, British Columbia.
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