Driverless Transport: Dubai can save $6bn annually

By Angel Chan

DUBAI 25 January 2019: The implementation of the Dubai Autonomous Transportation Strategy could affect five million daily trips, saving Dh22 billionn ($6bn) in annual economic costs, according to ZDNet.

“While other countries are discussing the rules and regulations surrounding autonomous vehicles, the emirate of Dubai is simply powering ahead with them,” it was quaited as saying by the Dubai Government Media Office.

Dubai took its automated transport plans into the sky, as it began testing electric taxi drones. The technology is expected to come online in the next four to five years, it added.


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