The City Without A Human In Sight: South Korea Reveals Plans For Giant Self-Driving Car ‘Test Town’

The strict rules set by officials may have hindered the progress of self-driving cars in the US, but a country across the Pacific believes to have found a way around regulations.  South Korea has announced it will open an 88 acre facility geared towards testing autonomous technologies, which will incorporate a range of scenarios and road environments found in the real-world.  Called ‘K-City’, the complex will allow self-driving cars to run the course without the need of a temporary operating permit that is required to test on public roads.