Driverless Cars Are Capable of Reducing Urban Traffic by 80 Percent

Driverless cars are  projected to be capable of reducing urban traffic by 80 percent. The fully automatic automotives could be the solution to the congestion problems in the United States, Asia, or any other place that experiences dense traffic on a daily basis.
Carlos Ratti, director of SENSEable City Lab run by MIT, said that the most exciting thing about these innovations is less cars on the road. He cites the utilization of smart technology in the vehicles’ software to make near perfect maneuvers and decisions. Ratti said that Asia is looking into the development of driverless cars, but the United States is much more involved in this development; with California recently issuing approval for tech companies to test and expand the technology with the intent of public use.