Group wants to build corridor for unmanned vehicles

A trade group wants to create a pathway for self-driving vehicles from Canada, through North Dakota and other states south to Mexico.
One of the issues with the middle part of the U.S. is the lack of north-south avenues to move commerce, said Marlo Anderson of the Central North American Trade Corridor Association. Rail and major roads move east to west.
“The challenge is to find ways to better utilize our north-south routes,” he said.
The association is starting an initiative to develop regulations for driverless vehicles, whether on the ground or in the air. It will discuss the initiative Wednesday and Thursday at the Trade & Transportation Summit in Bismarck.