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Detroit has long been the home of all things automotive in the U.S., and it doesn’t want to cede its position to Silicon Valley when it comes to driverless cars.

The University of Michigan announced Monday it was opening a 32-acre testing facility at its Ann Arbor campus for the development of driverless cars called Mcity

The facility, which is about 45 miles away from Detroit, will be an immersive simulation of different driving environments. Mcity will feature varying road conditions, construction hazards, road signs deteriorated with graffiti and building facades. It was designed by the Michigan Department of Transportation and the University of Michigan Mobility Transformation Center (MTC). Read more…

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