Self-driving taxis could be on London's roads by 2021

Tom Allen
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Self-driving taxis could be on London's roads by 2021

Addison Lee is working on autonomous taxis for commuting and pleasure

London-based taxi firm Addison Lee has said that it will have self-driving cars ready for the public in three years' time. The company is working with Oxford-based autonomous vehicle software co...

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