Duquesne hopes driverless vehicles can solve transportation woes

In a space typically reserved for veterans, a small group of Duquesne residents is discussing the city’s future, one many hope will include autonomous vehicles. 
We’re on the brink of growing technology everywhere. I would love for us to be part of that growing technology,” said Mayor-elect Nickole Nesby. 
Two students from Carnegie Mellon University are working on a project to bring driverless cars to Duquesne to help solve the city’s transportation problem.
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