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Utah lawmakers experience self-driving technology at the EVR test track

Electric Bus on track Associated Topics:Transportation Electrification

Utah lawmakers and transportation officials discussed the future of self driving vehicles and wireless charging technology while visiting the UPEL facility in July. Utah transportation officials also attended a showcase in order to discover some of the benefits and the potential costs of integrating wireless charging systems into future transportation systems.

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Utah lawmakers experience self-driving technology at the EVR test track

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Utah lawmakers and transportation officials discussed the future of self driving vehicles and wireless charging technology while visiting the UPEL facility in July.