The Nation's First Self-driving Car Service for the Public Coming to Frisco in July

FRISCO -- The nation's first self-driving car service for the public begins here in July. It's the latest step toward improving mobility in one of the fastest-growing areas of one of the fastest-growing cities in the nation where traffic congestion is an ongoing challenge. The service is made possible through a unique public-private partnership among California-based, the city of Frisco, the Denton County Transportation Authority and the private developments for Hall Park, The Star and Frisco Station. They are all part of the newly formed Frisco Transportation Management Association. Self-driving cars are just the beginning. "Frisco is making a statement that we're going to lead in innovation," Mayor Jeff Cheney told a crowd of dignitaries and media gathered for a demonstration on Monday.   Continue reading...

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