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New driverless cars could tackle congestion 81 video https://img.vidible.tv/prod/2017-09/08/59b2b6a31de5a116c1a53204/59b2b6a2c5ab0e286faecfc6_o_F_v0.jpg Bosch has developed new autonomous driving vehicles that could be used to help combat congestion in cities. Average driving speeds in London could plummet to less than 6mph as congestion in cities triples over the next three decades, according to new research. Engineering firm Bosch warned that gridlock in the capital will force typical speeds down from 17.4mph today to 5.8mph in 2050. The situation is expected to be even worse in central London where drivers could be left crawling at just 2.6mph, which is below the average human walking speed of around 3mph. PA - Press Association STUDIO News Auto News 2017-09-08 15:22:12
New driverless cars could tackle congestion
Bosch has developed new autonomous driving vehicles that could be used to help combat congestion in cities. Average driving speeds in London could plummet to less than 6mph as congestion in cities triples over the next three decades, according to new research. Engineering firm Bosch warned that gridlock in the capital will force typical speeds down from 17.4mph today to 5.8mph in 2050. The situation is expected to be even worse in central London where drivers could be left crawling at just 2.6mph, which is below the average human walking speed of around 3mph.