Driverless cars in Indiana? Some see it coming down the road

The report devotes four pages to innovations it says could revolutionize transportation much like the first gas-powered car did in the late 1880s. It recommends changes in the law to allow driverless cars once the technology is refined. Some states already permit the vehicles on an experimental basis.
And it suggests installing lanes that charge electric cars while they’re moving, and roadbeds heated by solar-powered conducting particles to melt snow on a trial basis, starting with a one-mile stretch somewhere on I-65.