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CMU Driverless Car Tested Around Pittsburgh - RAW Video & Interviews

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Published on Sep 4, 2013

RAW video and interviews from media event:

Chairman on 30 Mile Highway Trip in Driverless Car
Chairman Bill Shuster Will Join PennDOT Secretary Barry Schoch in Self-Driving Car from Cranberry to Pittsburgh International Airport
Washington, DC - Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chairman Bill Shuster (R-PA) will join Barry Schoch, Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, as Carnegie Mellon University┬╣s driverless 2011 Cadillac SRX transports them from surburban Cranberry to Pittsburgh International Airport. The vehicle will safely and autonomously navigate the 30-mile route, which includes multi-lane, high-speed highway traffic with complex traffic lights as well as low-speed, single lane connecting roads and multiple intersections. On arrival at the airport, Chairman Shuster, Secretary Schoch, Raj Rajkumar, director of the Technologies for Safe and Efficient Transportation (T-SET) and co-director of the CMU-General Motors Autonomous Driving Collaborative Research Lab and other officials will be available to talk about the future of autonomous driving and the importance of maintaining US innovation leadership and long-term vision in this vital sector of our economy.

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