Of all the freeways in the U.S., the most productive corridor for self-driving trucks may be Interstate 5 through Washington and Oregon, according to a report by the Kirkland-based INRIX data company. I-5 carries a lot of freight and is long -- some 637 miles between Vancouver, B.C., and Yreka, California
Of all the freeways in the U.S., the most productive corridor for self-driving trucks may be Interstate 5 through Washington and Oregon, according to a report by the Kirkland-based INRIX data company. I-5 carries a lot of freight and is long -- some 637 miles between Vancouver, B.C., and Yreka, California Steve Bloom The Olympian
Of all the freeways in the U.S., the most productive corridor for self-driving trucks may be Interstate 5 through Washington and Oregon, according to a report by the Kirkland-based INRIX data company. I-5 carries a lot of freight and is long -- some 637 miles between Vancouver, B.C., and Yreka, California Steve Bloom The Olympian

Best place for self-driving semis? I-5 in Washington and Oregon, report says

September 20, 2018 09:07 AM