Southeast Michigan becomes leader in smart road technology
June 25, 2017
DETROIT (AP) — Southeast Michigan is becoming a leader in developing "connected" roads and traffic signals that will "talk" directly to the next generation of cars.
The features are the building blocks that will eventually guide self-driving cars safely to their intended destinations without anyone steering the wheel, The Detroit News (http://detne.ws/2s0NBhh ) reported.
General Motors Co. is testing a safety feature in Macomb County that warns drivers when traffic signals are about to turn red.
Test cars on a section of Interstate 75 in Oakland County can read high-tech roadside bar code...